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Painted lips and flaxen hair

Deliberately, her skin she’d bare

They called her wild, undomesticated

How easily men became outdated

A tigress, she crept, in search of prey

Rarely, did she let them get away

She’d conquer, control, a sordid affair

They’d lose their minds, to get their share

Persistence, was her claim to fame

Head-strong, she would never tame



Writing Prompt – Wild and Willful – Day 16/31

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