Hasty Belligerence


The bright in her eyes
through melted measly lies
the spite in her soul-- conquered.

Of mice and men
who love to pretend
her trust in them-- shattered.

But through a velvet glove
unable to judge
she learned to love-- slowly.

But a hasty belligerence--
though hate isn't gold
burns in her soul, lowly.

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