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    dots Submission Name: Birds of a Featherdots
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    Author: poetotoe
    Elite Ratio:    2.08 - 628/446/509
    Words: 154
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    Birds of a Feather


    When your passionate-lies become you
    I cannot resist you; to speak experienced
    to your tell-tale lies, lie Raven Ever More.

    The game of love, of Doves as lovers is over
    get used to it; it never ends, what is not there
    the love between Doves and Ravens, evermore.

    Birds of the same feather can fly together, not us
    for I am a Peacock, and your a Raven Never More
    never to knock on my door, I changed the lock again.

    Now forever, I bar your passions your cries evermore
    I once let you into this heart, you pecked at, nevermore
    cry your Raven cries evermore, nevermore to peck-at me.

    Never leave me, nevermore all your lies, all my eyes to see
    your black heart to leave nevermore, nevermore to fly-away
    I did it and admit to it never the same, evermore to-be caged.




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