So Say Goodbye to Your Pretty Little Sidepiece
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So Say Goodbye to Your Pretty Little Sidepiece

A poem about that one asshole we all have in our lives.

So Say Goodbye to Your Pretty Little Sidepiece

You may believe that you have this unweighted power

Perhaps it is because you are a man or perhaps it is because you are just a narcissist

Obsessed with yourself because other females have fallen at your feet

Under the false assumptions that you are some God that this deserves attention

But you do not fool me

Your cockiness is only used as a deflection from the pain you feel

The child who got forgotten, abandoned

Unable to achieve the same glory as the one before you

Scared that within the blink of an eye

You will be back all alone

I know you just as well as I know myself

But you will never know me

I will not cry over your pain when it is the exact same pain you caused me

No longer will I be the one singing your requiems

Praying for the day you open eyes and understand that I have been right here this whole time

You are not special. Your trauma is no different than mine

I will bend you to my last wish

But you will not use me

I will rip the chains off your neck and place them around your wrists

Hold you down so you may only view me

See me pressed against you so beautifully that you can't breath

Watch as your eyes fill with desire as you beg for more

And these silly reactions will only entertain me

Pleasured by watching you squirm

I will take hold of you

But you will have no hold on me

I'll make you forget everyone who came before

Taking advantage of your fragile state

I feel the same unweighted power

I will no longer think of you

I will no longer attempt to win myself back into your good graces

So say goodbye to your pretty little sidepiece

Because you will never have me

No one will be able too

Not only because I am not an object whose affection can be collected

But because I simply don't care

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