Laureen Hobbs, a badass commie nigger (theonlykow) wrote in ghostbar,
Laureen Hobbs, a badass commie nigger
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This needs a title. I don't know what to use yet. Work in progress.

There once was a girl
With eyes so silver you would mistake them for the moon.
On a cloudy night you could follow her home
Her trance so ensnared those who gazed.
An enormous soul jumping and dancing
Trying to break free from the shackles
Of the flesh.

There once was a girl
Who saw a friend where no one stood.
A girl twice her age
Thrice her height
And as evil as people can be.

There once was a girl
Who told her friend to be quiet
Ever so silently
When her friend jumped and danced
In the middle of class.
She was sent outside to think about it.
She thought she was being punished
For talking.

There once was a girl
Who saw a friend where no on stood.
A girl still older than her
Now only half her height
And as evil as people can be.

There once was a girl
Who told her friend to shut up
In a mild voice
When she jumped and danced
In the middle of lunch.
Her friends glared at her
Gathered their food
And left.
She thought she was being punished
For shouting.

There once was a girl
Who saw a friend where no one stood.
A girl her own age
Her own height
And as evil as people can be.

There once was a girl
Who screamed at her friend
Quite loudly
When she jumped and danced
In the middle of church.
The priest stared at her
And her mother ignored her for the rest of the day.
She thought she was being punished
For shouting.

There once was a girl
Who saw a friend where no one stood.
A girl half her age
A third her height
And as evil as people can be.

There once was a girl
Who swore at her friend
Telling her to fuck off
When she jumped and danced
In the middle of the office.
Her boss motioned to her
And asked her to be aware of others.
She thought she was being punished
For swearing.

There once was a girl
Who forgot how to jump and dance
When life called for it.
She thought she was being punished.
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