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the smoothness of Moët & Chandon

an insincere limerick

By Mescaline BrissetPublished 2 months ago Updated 2 months ago 1 min read
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you love lies so I’ll feed them to you ‘cause I see your drool

like chicken stuffed with plums, your gob is full

erstwhile false pretences envelop

I’ll make your hair stand on end; keep you sparklingly filled in, bottoms up!

regardless of my true feelings, perfectly abiding by etiquette and ridiculed


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Mescaline Brisset

double meaning is my middle name as the world is open to interpretation


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