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by on April 26, 2013
I did not draw this. :P

“Faces like faces, can’t be inked.”

Lost in dreams
You see them think
With strands of hair
That seldom link
Eyebrows with
A puckered kink
Eyes that cry
Will also wink
Pointy noses
For fragrant stink
In dismay will they
Often crink
Cheeks that glow
With hues of pink
Have dimples in
Their beauty sink
Lips that frown
And lips that drink
A tooth that aches
And teeth that clink
Even Jaws and chins
All move in sync
Formed expressions
All lost in blink
Faces like faces
Can’t be inked

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