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    dots Submission Name: Starting My Daydots

    Author: drow
    ASL Info:    29/male/married
    Elite Ratio:    2.41 - 14/16/7
    Words: 156
    Class/Type: Poetry/Depressed
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    dotsStarting My Daydots

    Every day i wake up and get out of bed.
    I stretch, yawn, and limp my way
    to the bathroom to finish waking up.

    Every time I open my eyes
    I know my days are few.
    I always seem to ask myself
    how many more do I have left?

    I think about all the tings I have done.
    The good things, and the bad.
    I sometimes laugh at myself
    at some of the things I have done.

    Then I would wonder
    is god going to accept me,
    or push me away,
    maybe I will have to prove my worth,
    and protect someone as there angel.

    As the coffee pot sounds saying its done.
    I get my cup and pour me some.
    As I recap of all my thoughts
    I shake my my head and laugh.
    " Oh well" Is all I say.
    I turn around and start my day.

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      Don't we all start our days like this? Philosophical thinking followed by a sigh, and then normalcy.
    Perfect content. Apart from spelling errors, you're good.
    | Posted on 2006-11-06 00:00:00 | by Azuire | [ Reply to This ]
      I probably go everyday thinking the same thing.
    | Posted on 2006-11-05 00:00:00 | by Gothic Misery | [ Reply to This ]

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