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Shaving at Fourteen

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Shaving at Fourteen

Under the carpet. 
Your siren has no 
Sound. 

I can't find my 
Locker, but the 
Next class
I'm not sitting 
Next to you. 

And you, 
Short Stop,
have paused
Me. 

Money doesn't
Solve my 
Enviousness. 

Of the wife, the
Eventual 
Insemination
Of your kind. 

Shaving in the
Morning, I think 
Of your whiskers. 

And with a cat's
Tongue I am tied and 
Torn to no 
Avail.

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