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Smiley or Smater – Miley Cyrus

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by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Smiley or Smater? I ain’t the creator.
Though I’m wiley much later comes the buyer’s remorse.
When she smiles I can’t hate her.
Life of Riley? No, skater.
She aims highly and Fate hurries down in due course.

Can the famous Miley Cyrus not be so abrupt?
She’s not a baby with a future that her two hands cupped.
She’s gets hassle by choosing to purposely conduct
the fashions and passions most critics deconstruct.

Her session impressions are digression confessions
with wild possessions,  obsessions,
queen of aggression expressions.

It’s like a kiss was the raider,
the heartstring braider that made her a free trader
moments later, delaying truth that outweighed her
causing her to dissuade her feelings for some crusader,
just a space invader
of sorts.

But she’s the crane pilot crushing walls, the stockpile,
it went to dust by the mile. Hit by desires and wires it seems
too hard now to style it. Heavy handed, beguiled, bit,
not too clear to exile it, but no cheer for the eyelet crime
then come to revile it, the rep,
now distorts.

One step forward – now eight back.
Minus seven the number of that sappy sad attack.
She sings with appeal of how it now feels, this $4!#’s a love deal.
The same old lines a time steal. That’s not what real means.

My concession professions forgive the proud indiscretions.
Just depression transgressions.
Can’t freshen the recession.

I’m a Smiley and a Smater.
Cheering shyly. Rebel hater.
With destiny lost and hope adrift,
the new agitator frightens mater and pater.

Smiley or Smater? I ain’t the creator.
Though I’m wiley much later comes the buyer’s remorse.
When she smiles I can’t hate her.
Life of Riley? No, skater.
She aims highly and Fate hurries down in due course.

Copyright © 1960-2016 Lawrence J. J. Leonard All rights reserved.

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