Treasure Island

jasmine shipp

(4/26/94 / Chicago, IL)

White Magic Women


White magic women seen walking on the rode
White magic women with poison lips and bitter eyes
White magic women with that black magic hair
White magic women with skin and bones

I saw that white magic women on that rode
I saw her kiss you with those poison lips and stare with bitter eyes
I saw that black magic hair
I saw that white magic women with skin and bones
I saw that white magic women

Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2009

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