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    dots Submission Name: "Whore for the Melodrama"dots
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    Author: Drifting Star
    ASL Info:    19/F/Somewhere
    Elite Ratio:    2.02 - 22/101/73
    Words: 227
    Class/Type: Rant/Misc
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       Written for a certain melodramatic whore I know. Sod off, Lenora!

    Far From Elite.

    -Sennie.


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    dots"Whore for the Melodrama"dots
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    She stands there looking defiant,
    hair grazing her chin and eyes blazing;
    her posture screams "INDIGNANT!"
    But her tone whips with censure.

    She speaks as if I was the one--
    the one who did something wrong.
    Fuck, I wasn't the one--
    the one who caught the tiger by the tail.

    For her, though, everything's a conspiracy.
    We're out to get her,
    Out to ruin her.
    God forbid anyone ever see the real her!

    She loves all those little cat fights,
    "You stole my boyfriend!"
    "You broke my heart!"
    She loves melodrama...

    She's a whore for dramatics;
    can't help but delve right in.
    Opens her mouth wide and swallows it down
    with a sweet smile, she spits it back up.

    What a whore! Makes you wonder--
    where she got the practice?
    Did she hone her skills on the corner,
    breaking hearts...a dozen a day?

    Or did she crawl into some cheap bed,
    and pretend to be the jealous wife,
    spying on the cheating husband
    and backstabbing friend?

    Perhaps she cut her wicked teeth
    on the morals and passions of innocence.
    Maybe she was so thorough in her work,
    that there was no innocence left within her.

    She's seems happy enough,
    causing trouble only to proclaim it.
    Wonder what she's doing now?
    Lacking someone on whom she can blame it.




    Submitted on 2007-04-28 21:26:00     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Damn. That's cutting. I really like it. Cynical, sarcastic, and bitingly honest. Speaking about drama-whores in an undramatic way, that's a hard thing to do. You're not whinging, you're not complaining, you're just pointing out this girl's love for conflict and petty fights.

    "Opens her mouth wide and swallows it down
    with a sweet smile, she spits it back up."

    I love those lines. I know so many people who do that. Just soak up all the drama around them, all the fights, all the arguements, and vomit them all back in your lap in a pile of Things Gone Wrong. I love the way you describe that, with a sweet smile. It's brilliant. This is a favourites add for sure.

    Keep up the awesome work, my friend!

    -Stevey
    | Posted on 2007-04-29 00:00:00 | by Anticlownperson | [ Reply to This ]
      definitely ntense and sounds like quite a few people I have come in contact with! here and elsewhere!

    great poem. very well said. and well written. you poetically described drama queens (or whores as you prefer!)
    | Posted on 2007-04-29 00:00:00 | by sierramuse8 | [ Reply to This ]
      Wow. To say the least, it's intense. My sister's the same way. She plays the victim screaming that everyone's hurt her, and not that she might have done something wrong. Really good though, and it shows cruelty in an honest way, without all the melodrama that poets usually have. God job.

    Cheers,
    ~Sephe~
    | Posted on 2007-04-29 00:00:00 | by Persephone | [ Reply to This ]


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