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Author: caster
ASL Info:    31.M.MO
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Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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you're a kite with no hand to anchor you
'i will not float away'

the conviction in your words will not keep you grounded here
'i will not float away'

even as you pass through elevator clouds
'i will not float away'

baby, you're a mile away now
'i will not float away'

i begged you to tie your string to a tree
'i will not float away'

had to let you go just to prove gravity
'i will not float away'

told you to tie your string to my veins
'i will not float away'

i haven't seen your face in days

Submitted on 2009-12-14 11:49:16     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I will not float away. How many times in how many different ways have we heard that? People come and go, and we should be responsible for ourselves to not fall for it anymore. We have to have a good lock and key on our hearts and our trust these days. Everyone has ulterior motives to why they want to be with us, why they feel the way they do. It's comfort, it's familiarity, it's how we're easy to be with, that you can be with them however you want and never have to make a change. They'll never float away. Ha.

It's a shame. You can love someone with everything you have inside you to offer, make time sacrifices, or sacrifices or any kind, and yet, there's never enough to keep them with you. You're either not what they're looking for, not interesting enough, in a line-up with other people you have to share them with.

Love's a selfish emotion and at the same time, such a selfless one. I'm not sure how the such opposing qualities can exist in one feeling. Not sure at all. But it's quite disappointing nowadays. But you know what's comforting? Love's necessary. So it's always there in one way or another from different people.

Romantic love is full of useless pursuits.
| Posted on 2010-07-23 00:00:00 | by JenFlynn | [ Reply to This ]

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