Ode To My Leopard-Spot

Poem By Babette Teeth

You borned with no fear
In your childhood you saw a blood slaughter
Your little face turned to frightened, eyes stared shocked
I remeber how you numbed your flossy head
Crossing the iron-web
To the outside of your grassland
You rushed to the road
A car almost hit you
You were named as Alex
Strengthened with power and raced the fastest
The Handsome racer in the world
The admire of your waist, your legs, your frame
Till you found your lover in the grassland
You were my baby, my boy

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