You wear a strong perfume
To announce your presence in a room.
You bottle in yourself, jealousy and toxicity
And mask it with obnoxiously sweet perfume.
You erect walls of lies
And don’t treats others right
Unless it put you in good light.
You Discourage others but
Seek the best for yourself.
Tried to pull others down
When they were finally wearing their crown.
So now your smell chokes me,
Because some scents are worse than others.
They surround your heart in tendrils
And clutch it too tight
And not leave your lungs
Even when you exhale with all your might.