not-so-Vincent

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Merciless scorn spills out
Brilliance isolates you
Disdain for the flawed flourishes
The fatal streams through your veins

Your mouth is lush and wicked
And conceals your ethereal mind
I would consume its danger
Though it laid me to waste

Defend the ocean of your eyes
For they reveal your soul
I want to swim in their abyss
And harvest riches there

Your fury doesn't daunt me:
Fierce kindness you disguise
You battle to break your halo
Yet you ride the wind and rise

Let your staggering sentience
Manipulate multitudes
I watch in quiet distance
As your worth is realized

Darling, you're a soul- divider
But I won't fall away
This lament is my way of life
This longing's what I do

So cast your contempt
At the simpleton:
I am a scholar of you

for the brown-eyed boy



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