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Judging a Book by the Cover

Author: Ghetto_King
ASL Info:    19 m ft. lauderdale
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Words: 189
Class/Type: Poetry /What is
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Talking bout judging someone referring it too a book like the sayin you should get it

Judging a Book by the Cover

Its more to me than my sight will ever show
& more emotions than my ex girlfriends will ever know
Through my eyes you see a
Glimpse of my soul and my greatness.
Go ahead look through my eyes and see where it takes you
My words are just whisper of the man I really am
But to here them you have to actually hear the words not just listen to them
So I say again look through my eyes not at them
From a far I might look like a young man
But to know me you find much more and how the world has pour knowledge in me
And the experiences that shows
The cover of my book big in size and probably a few words that invites you in
Looking pass my cover page to get to know me and begin
Many people have read introduction and a few chapters but then lost there page
But if you get to the end of book it will bear a friend that keeps a smile on your face
Thee End

Submitted on 2009-06-08 01:21:19     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  deffiantly something that every one should learn to live by
| Posted on 2009-06-09 00:00:00 | by sparkleshine | [ Reply to This ]
  i always never judge a book by its are a great example of that.
your work definatly is different than i would think of props.
| Posted on 2009-06-09 00:00:00 | by PopRocksRae | [ Reply to This ]

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