Dear fake-plastic me

Dear fake-plastic me

A Poem by Snow

A letter to my fake-plastic self.

Dear fake-plastic me,
You're a fake-plastic person,
With fake-plastic needs.
You've got a fake-plastic family,
In a fake-plastic home,
With fake-plastic feelings,
Out of fake-plastic molds.
You make fake-plastic faces,
In all the fake-plastic places.
You cause a fake-plastic commotion,
With all your fake-plastic motion.
You feel fake-plastic love,
And fake-plastic pain,
You see with fake-plastic eyes,
Through the fake-plastic window,
To the fake-plastic tree,
Who watches the fake-plastic god,
Who made your fake-plastic soul,
And your fake-plastic body,
Which Heaven can't hold.

© 2014 Snow

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I like it, I like real plastic but fake-plastic is just as well maybe even realer

Posted 4 Years Ago

just fake-plastic lies

great stuff

Posted 4 Years Ago

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Haha now this is not a 'Fake-plastic piece' it is a real awesome piece.

nice one there

Posted 4 Years Ago

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3 Reviews
Added on December 10, 2014
Last Updated on December 10, 2014
Tags: self, poem, loathing, artificial, god, heaven, superficial