Donna Grayson
Poetry and Lyrics
Poems from 1978 to 1988



How Do You Do It

How do you do it
How do you manage to look so friendly
yet be so horrible
I read you by your cover
yet failed the course
What appeared on the outside
definately was not on the inside
Just like a burnt roasted marshmellow
turned inside out
You were soft and sweet on the outside
yet black and bitter inside
And you are Hot
mean and with a bad temper
You are decaying inside
as black as coal

A Nun once told me
the more a person sins
the more a person hates
the blacker their soul becomes
Oh, how your soul must look
Your dark soul, the real you
You are decaying inside
as dark as coal

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