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The Beast

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The Beast

On a city street in the United States

There exists a woman without a face

She has no eyes that give her vision

She has no ears with which to listen

No nose, she can not sniff or smell

But her mouth looks like a beast's from hell

Her teeth are jagged, her grin is wide

And if you see her I suggest you hide

She loves her meals young and fresh

She prefers the taste of human flesh

She approaches you in the dark of night

She wants you to see her before you take flight

She enjoys the hunt, it's her favorite game

So don't ask me the street or the city's name

If you haven't guessed, that woman is I

and when we meet, you will certainly die

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