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Pinned Up



Busty bubble pinned up there
take a leak, time to stare
squiddy squiggles squirting ink
art full mixture minds to link.

allure the cure come, right there.
"it's okay you can stare
we won't talk. see the ink?
made me up", you can think

of any kind of place to be.
"All for you, bubbly me
I dropped the wrench under there
I'll bend down and you just stare."

Oh no!
It's way under there
Oh no!
It's wayyy under there.
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Submitted on May 28, 2013

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