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Author: Kenny's Goodness
Title: Inner Hate
Type of Work: poem
Source: CMv1 #58

Copyright 2002 Kenny's Goodness

Stony eyes,
An outcrop of rocks
Encased by the unseamed
White of lilies,
Wrapping around coffins of ones
So loved, that are lost.
Her face, seemingly
As kind and as gentle
As the titmouse, is really home to
Unfathomable hate,
Concealed by the tranquil lake of
False emotions and
Dishonest truths.
The thin, pursed lips,
Crinkled in the smile
She wants to wear
Upside down.
What an angry, terrible being,
Hidden by the sweet, graceful beauty of one
Loved by all.