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There’s a fat girl from Phoenix who just moved into town, she seems to be just as tall as she is wide and round. She reads romance novels sleeps with romantic dreams but when she looks in the mirror her salty tears start to stream. She has a large love to give and a big heart to boot but it’s all locked inside of the Michelin tire-man’s suit. She works at the diner eating fried food all day everything would be different if she could have her own way. She would keep her man happy, they’d make passion all night and never would argue about what’s wrong or who’s right. How they’d be seen together around county and town and forever she’d smile, nevermore would she frown. One day a boy from Boise sauntered hungrily in and he gave her a smile then a wink and a grin. She brought him his dinner with free coffee and pie. She could feel her own soul when he looked in her eye. She smiled and chatted as he strung her along, she enjoyed every second all too soon he was gone. It was later that evening when they both went to bed somehow finding each other inside of their heads. Where dreams change to passions in the loneliest soul, they made true love that night both paying the toll. For they were miles apart each dreaming of the other, knowing in the real world they could never be lovers. She went to work the next day with a smiling face, made the other girls gossip, it lit up the whole place. Behind all that fat She now had something to hold, and a wish that her boy would walk in from the cold. Winking and grinning there and gone without warning, a secret love that’s so true is still gone every morning…
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