Tug my hair
little puerile, how dare you
cross the yard to bite
my fingers, smash my house,
dancing in your tiny vest
with one button swinging

on its string –
like you, unraveled
dimwit, don’t you know?
How wicked the summers are,
how weary the winters;
I won’t love you
if you knock off my hat.

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