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They provided me an alloy
Shaped like a boy
Gold, silver, platinum - this toy

It had flexible joints and hinges
For the child who plays and binges
Roughly; the physique absorbed purple tinges

It was a cold pool and a ploy
A dishonorable decoy
They gave me it to enjoy

The purpose to distract me from my cage
My shackled feet which did enrage
And this metallic playground tailored to my age

The toy was no better than dreams
They call those harmful reams
Scathing this facility and what it deems

by loquist62
posted on 01/15/2008

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Comments: 1

Comment by eclipse9407: Jan 15, 2008 5:27 pm
i liked your poem alot it was really great.

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