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Fact v Fiction

I'd like to think

dear

That you really

ARE quite infatuated

with me but you're

Just

TOO

damn

SHY

to even

THINK 

about telling me


(and you should be. I'm quite a liability.I can do just as much damage as a cougar but in a kitten-like fashion )


And even if that's NOT true,

I don't care 

because I'll

never know



Fact or Fiction, what's the difference?

Isn't it the same process that so many

people use to believe in the zombie awakening

of Some Guy who called himself Jesus?

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