A Satirical Poem

She lives in a glass bubble,
Housed by lies and beautiful deceptions,
Attached to the outside world through rumors.
Then the glass cracks, and
The floor splits into three parts.
Everything falls and shatters.
Reeling in agony, she rips out her hair.
Everyone falls, and their souls break.
Darkness swallows her whole, erasing her existence.


This poem was donated by Jessica Ponti.
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