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Life, oh life

Author: Maskannai
ASL Info:    28/Female/Utah
Elite Ratio:    4.94 - 214 /184 /78
Words: 50
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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Just something that kinda popped out in a journal on another website..

Life, oh life

Oh life...
What can I say for you?

Sometimes things are up
and sometimes they are down,
Many times
you take the easy road
and yet other times
you take that high hard road...

And in the end
I am always proud
to call you MY life.

Submitted on 2008-09-06 21:04:04     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Although this is a short and "to the point" kind of poem, that does not take away from how much it really says. There are a lot of people out there that focus on the hard times and wish their life was different or they were able to live a completely different one. This wonderful piece states the opposite, almost screams, I'll take everything you can give me and never look back. I like to see people appreciate the life they have no matter what ups or downs come around. Even though this seemed to just "pop out" for you, I think you were really right on with this one. Thanks for posting it and I'm glad I stopped by. Take care.

| Posted on 2010-02-05 00:00:00 | by Nicholas Lala | [ Reply to This ]
  Gullibilities and falacies seem to stalk us and stumble our paths yet in our quiet moments we are enabled to rectify what we can and the other insolubles we cast off as scrupulosities. This is a nice write to which I see a religious undertone.
| Posted on 2008-09-07 00:00:00 | by realpoet | [ Reply to This ]

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