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He Doesn't Shhhh Me Anymore
He told me to be quiet each time I tried to speak knowing I'd obey for he believed I was meek Months went by and I acquiesced to his wishes until I had enough and started flinging dishes "Shhh," he said and placed a vile finger to his lips I had enough of him and put my hands on my hips "You can't tell me who to talk to. I'll not be quiet If you think I'll stand for this, go ahead and try it." He thought I was joking. Well wasn't he the fool? I won't be used by any man. I'm not any man's tool He's buried in the backyard in an unmarked grave I bet now he knows I wasn't going to be his slave Each night I dress in widow's black and take a walk Mascara running from tears of joy, I give him a talk I lay a finger against my lips, then I smile and say, "Shhh, you know it's your fault you had to go away."
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