I'm a jewel encrested statue
Standing on my perfect pedestal.
I gleem and glisen with a joyous beauty.
Standing, all proud and promising.
You extend your grubby hands
groping at my precious gems.
Touched and tarnished, I begin to tumble
over like a circus trapeez artist.
I crash to the ground, broken and dismembered.
My jewels scattered around the soles of your feet.
My exposed body laying naked within your view.
Fear covered me like a blanket, and I begin to weep.
You scoop down selecting your prizes. Disappointed,
You kick me like a puppy who has pissed on the carpet.
Digusted, you walk of with your reward
And leave me lost along the endless floor.
Tears fall down my face; I begin to rust.
Blood trails down my cheeks and falls through the air,
Dripping down in a dank undesirable distress.
I am never enough.