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HE FAILED TO  TO LOVE SWEETS

Maybe his teeth hurt from too much Candy
The sugar-coated syrup melted too fast
As close to him the sugar was handy
While the sour taste of another was made to last

Sweetness costs the price of kindness
And you didn't show enough to me
Your choice was to stay there in the blindness
Where you're comfortable and never free

Think you're single while you live a lie
Go home and stay there with no treat
Remember all the times I want to die
All because you refuse to even meet

Me as Candy dripping down
Sweetest mouth you've ever known
Spiral of sticky all around
A girl-child who's not grown

Up in this cold, harsh time
Where jealously is immature
I'm sweetest Candy and we did rhyme
Until you choose to stay with sour her.


6/20/2005 1730 cj



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