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    dots Submission Name: Nail-breaker dots
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    Author: TheStillSilence
    ASL Info:    20/F/Out in Outer Space
    Elite Ratio:    4.97 - 180/113/59
    Words: 137
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    dotsNail-breaker dots
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    nails, like hearts, are easy to break
    exposed and fragile.
    one swift movement and the act is done
    no regret, no going back.

    It took me 3 months to grow them out
    Long and elegant, embellished with polishes and lacquer;
    the sound as they tapped on wood made me happy--
    a strange satisfaction.

    I met him three months ago,
    in rain and slush and hesitations.
    His valley-lush pupils surrounded by dark bark hair
    quickly brought smiles and laughs and butterflies and spring

    but sometimes you realize that you miss the short stubbly feel;
    it promises liberation.
    maintenance necessitates work, and it's not
    worth it anymore; *crack* *crack* *crack* *crack* *crack*
    and then the other hand.

    "we need to break up."

    no regret, no going back.




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