You blossomed so beautifully
But you used it as a weapon
You murdered men
With your poison, foul tongue
Telling the lies you wanted to hear.
They fell for you, on sharpened blades each time
Their hot blood seeping for you as you stood staring
Yet they tried to move you
You are like stone to them
Yet they want to love you
And now, little girl, trying so hard to be a woman
You project all your anger
For your own inadequacies
Why? Because you cannot see yourself?
And as I tell them just enough of your truths to let them decide what you are...
You are so frightened
With slander seeping out of the corners of your mouth
And your spite is showing
Even as you tighten your pretty mask
What shall they all see when it slips?
What will be left of you when the lies are gone?
As you stand naked, exposed in the cold world you built for yourself from deceit.
Who will you decide to be then? Not me, little girl.
I am far away from your claws now and my tender flesh is scarred but healing.
And I am not afraid of your games because
I do not play.
And you think you know me so well, but not really...you never paid attention...but I did.
I read you as you were trying to become a cheap version of me
stealing my ideas even as you complimented me for my creativity.
Well I see you and I could destroy you, but I don't need to
That is the one thing you are so adept at.
So do not worry about your hideous secrets being spilled
I burned them all when I woke up to you gone
I set them free from my soul
Cleansed myself of your filth
Hold back sickened stomach when you are brought up. I've no reason to load my ammunition and aim it at you
You are tying your own noose as we speak...but we both know its for show and sympathy. Nothing you ever do is real or pure. Just an elaborate hoax to collect people and suck their life away. You leave everyone exasperated and hungry for authenticity.
So wipe your ugly mouth little girl
And keep me out of it
You never deserved to even utter my name. And its clear to everyone, you'll never become a woman.