Tell Me Again

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Tell me again.
Tell me again about when I was younger.
Tell me again about times when I hated reading.
Tell me about how I acted and how I did my hair.
Did I act with responsibility, or with out.
I think I did but I can’t remember.
Didn’t I put my hair in Pipi Longstocking style braids?
Tell me about my sense of style and how cute I was.
Didn’t I love everything I wore?
Wasn’t I positively adorable?
Tell me again about my favorite colors.
Weren’t they every color under the sun?
Tell me about how I loved short stories.
Tell me about how I didn’t listen to music
Tell me about how I was not interested in technology.
Didn’t I write short stories??
I always hated people humming right?
I found technology boring right?
Tell me about how my Pooh Bear went every where with me.
Tell me about how my blankie stayed clean.
Pooh was my first toy right?
You washed blankie every night right?
You washed blankie when you thought I was asleep?
I really wasn’t right?
Tell me again about the monsters under my bed.
Did I have any?
Tell me again about me.

Tell me again.
Tell me again about how I am different, now that I’m older.
Tell me now about how I love reading.
Tell me now about how I never stop with poetry.
I read non-stop right?
I never stop writing poetry or even reading poetry right?
Tell me again about how I acted
I act with responsibility; At least I think I do right?
Tell me again about use of style and how creative I am.
I set my own trends right?
I created this book about me, didn’t I?
Tell me again about my favorite colors.
Are they not the same as they were when I was young?
Tell me again about how much I use the internet.
Tell me again about how much music I listen to.
Tell me again about my tea drinking.
Don’t I use it a lot?
Don’t you think I listen to too much?
Tell me again about how I am attached to my phone.
Tell me again about I never go anywhere without a notebook.
Don’t you think if I could I would marry my phone?
Don’t you wish to question what I write/
Tell me again about how much I love my family.
Most importantly, in order to tell about me,
You have to tell about yourself.
So tell me again Mom.
Tell me again about you so you can,
Tell me again.
Tell me again about me.





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