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She Told You They Were Evil
by Jennifer Butler

Tuesday, August 31, 2004
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She told you they were evil
in fits of her own sorrow,
and you had never known it
'til that day.
Emasculating memories,
she's torn her love asunder
and grabs your arm
to pull you 'neath her way.
She'll march upon
all of mankind
and with her mighty army
mind the ways of
women warriors
on the prowl.
And you would only love him,
had never noticed all his sin
and you had never thought
to call a foul.

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Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 8/31/2004
Jennifer, one of your best! these lines are superb:
Emasculating memories,
she's torn her love asunder
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 8/31/2004
Poetic power! Jennifer, you prove beyond a doubt that brevity does not have to mean brief... there's an entire defining scenario here... a familiar and very human story. I'm glad I stopped in for this. Evocative! katy xox.
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