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Fragile facadeFragile facade by Vylet666
Alright... so once upon a time, there was a doll with many faces,
She had her mouth stitched up the sides, like pretty little laces,
A permanent smile she was forced to wear,
if she ever grimaced her face would tear.
The spotlight seemed to follow her, though she tried to run away,
Her pretty little doll legs, weren't fast enough to her dismay,
Entertained smiles and expecting eyes glittered through the dark,
her smiling face never changed, it soon grew stagnant with a dying spark,
she glittered with the sun, and shined with the moon,
and every time she faked her life, she gave herself another wound.
a pity such a pretty doll,
couldn't survive a cruel worlds fall.
they stitched her back up and put her on stage,
she grew to hate the world and it's cage,
so when she was alone, the little doll was done,
she would get what she wanted, even though the world had won,
she used her little fingers, to rip away the stitching,
the facade of the carnival world glitching,
her forced smile became a
The Golden goddess of ToadsThe Golden goddess of Toads by Vylet666
I was walking down an old dirt road,
When my eye caught sight of a golden toad.
I smiled at it cheerily,
I picked it up un-fearfully,
It melted in my hand,
And then came to stand,
It was a beautiful women, a goddess of sorts.
She was pleased that my hands gave her support.
She granted me a gift,
I gave my brain a sift.
"I will answer you truthfully any question, anything you wonder."
And of course, my curious little mind had to ponder.
There were so many I could ask,
So many troubles I could unmask.
How do I solve world hunger?
How do I stop wars blunder?
How big is the universe?
If there is a hell, what could be worse?
What is the cure for cancer, Autism, and Aids?
What Is the secret to the perfect blade?
Why Is a group of Crows called a murder?
If I touched the bottom of the ocean, could I go any further?
But though all these questions ran through my mind.
One stood out, forcing me blind.
My knees gave out, as my eyes began to sting.
Out of all the other questions in the