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    dots Submission Name: Aren't You Clever?dots
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    Author: AeThe Lost Poet
    ASL Info:    19/M/DE
    Elite Ratio:    3.6 - 147/184/122
    Words: 140
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Misc
    Total Views: 657
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    Description:
       Based of the song by laurie webb.....


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    dotsAren't You Clever?dots
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    As if to turn back the clock
    or the hands of time
    my past flash
    before me in a Pantomime,
    my life, a movie
    with no sound to play
    so I can un-proudly say
    this what I found today

    there are things I wish I did
    though I didn’t
    I heart I wish I had
    that just isn’t
    words to say sorry
    to oppose my flaws
    while my heart that just isn’t
    will just close my jaws
    so this is my sorries,
    and this is how it must be
    I know you don't want this
    but it’ll make you happy, trust me…
    I’m sad for the moment…
    and maybe… 4evr
    “the way you leave me in the dark…
    aren’t you clever?”

    My heart speaks riddles,
    the only way it knows how
    I wish it wouldn’t




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