I’m on to you


You think it's the 
excess that sells,
but
it's that
excess that tells.

Nothing exceeds
like pretension.
It bleeds,
like attention
it needs
an audience
to please.

That's a hell of
a hullabaloo
sweet terror,
and you know
I'm on
to you.
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