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A Poem for Mother Monster
She tells me to stand brave
Like a castle, build strong and shave,
She taught me to accept them all
Be proud, compassionate and be pure,
Because, in her eyes we are all just a fool.
I clapped my hands like it was a gold
Shinning silk like it never bold.
I threw my hands till it bleeds,
Then hug a truck with silver seeds
She sing and dance like a bird
Truly amazing like a monster it blurred,
Gasping her breathe till star is seen
Then come down to love her scheme
Buildings with cross they told she'll fear,
with eyes like read its all just a stir.
But before she break and tore apart
she climb again and claim her rise
She treat us all like we're a star
shining so bright and she'll never let us down,
Because for her, we are all her crown.
She loves to peak all with clues
And all her bit shows something so true.
You might be confused by what she wears,
But deep inside she's just a girl.
A b*t*h with love pure as still
With blonde hair Lady Gaga is near.