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Being Me


Author: ThisIsReal
ASL Info:    25-M-/Found
Elite Ratio:    4.27 - 182 /194 /89
Words: 207
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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Just a poem about being in love and not being able to do a damn thing bout it, therfore going for broke


Being Me



I am always waging war
within myself and out
The majority of my friends
don't know what it's about
but I do

It's not for the art of conflict
Just because of my heart's affliction
The war I wage now
is for my soul's addiction

There is a fight within me
part wanting to let go
but when the idea comes up
my soul screams "HELL NO!"

It isn't uncommon
to war within
but when it goes external
the real fight begins

She wants me to move on
but yet part holds to me
I am continuously drawn to her
as she tries to set me free

Crazy ideas
and endless schemes
I need to move on
but she's in my dreams

I can't move past
I wouldn't if I could
I keep going headstrong
though she thinks I should

I cannot give up
love is worth so much more
continuing the fight
to see what's instore

It's not the art of conflict
just because of my heart's affliction
The war I wage now
is for my soul's addiction

I may be slipping off
on the verge of insanity
but let me tell ya'll
I'm just being me




Submitted on 2006-09-17 00:36:52     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  It's weird how we are stuck most on the people who want us least, isn't it? It seems like that, at least.... I know what this is saying, it's like there is a whole world out there and people think you just don't realize it, and the saddest truth is that you DO realize it, and all you want is what/who is familiar, which is usually the person who wants you the least... But remember, they usually don't want you until you're not wanting them, then it reverses... know what I'm saying? Anyway, good luck with this, and you wrote it well... you said exactly how it feels.
| Posted on 2006-09-17 00:00:00 | by grey_girl | [ Reply to This ]


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