Shiny, Not New.

A poem.

Photo by Ashton Mullins on Unsplash

She’s shiny, not new.

But nobody can tell the difference. They try to tell her that they can — by the way her tits hang, by the color of her pussy, even though they don’t really know if she has a pussy — They try to tell her that they can tell she’s not new.

She walks around, and people think she’s new. When she tells them she’s not, they recoil. They spit on her. How…

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Stories that cause “concern.” Feminism. Satire. Humor. Misc.

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