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I see a face, a familiar face
But when it’s bent, the face will change
If wiggled, the face will jiggle
Gets bigger and smaller
Gets wider, gets taller
Stretched out and spaced out
Funny shapes of mouth and eyes
Some faces that I despise
That’s not me, it’s someone else
Not a familiar face anymore
Now folded in half, there are four
I can be fat, and wide
But if I flip it over on the other side
The face looks sad
Not shiny like it was
So sad to see, that face, no longer me.





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