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    dots Submission Name: Happy Birthday to Medots
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    Author: Sir Fusting
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    dotsHappy Birthday to Medots
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    another year to behold
    this man here to mold
    his plans and fears
    so damn the tears
    condemn the weakness
    shoot down meekness
    if ever it rears its ugly head

    I'll keep the traits
    the pride and the hate
    the smiles and dates
    all hold a place.
    a plot on the land
    that is this man
    goes for cheap

    as the years fly by
    and plans go awry
    the adventure becomes
    lackluster

    no more wondering
    no more pondering
    no more questioning
    the best of things.

    so I'll take it
    as it is,
    I'm no longer
    a kid.





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      there's nothing wrong with questions, I find that it's just about the only thing that keeps me interested nowadays.
    good piece, keep writing
    istalkmurdoch
    | Posted on 2010-04-30 00:00:00 | by istalkmurdoch | [ Reply to This ]


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