Mon, 08/14/2017 - 13:37 -- t4dp0l3

Greed's daughter always asks for more,

She fills her mouth with savor,

Sweet and salty tastes galore,

In each and every flavor. 

Her heart is set in love of food,

To exclusion of all else,

Her love for it is almost lewd,

She will not stop herself. 

Disgust will never slow her down,

Or even make her pause,

She doesn't care about your frown

Or any noble cause.

Her endless hunger's all she knows, 

Unsated, she won't rest,

As that hunger grows and grows,

And she squeezes in her dress. 


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