I Will Eat That Dove
And this time I breathe like its the last time.
No more looking at you from the side
trying my best to love you as you flee
like a dove in flight
I will eat that dove. That dove that you are.
No. As i drink in your sustenance I realize you are no dove.
You are a filthy crow. The filthy crow.
In that case, Ill sleep.
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