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THIS IS THE MOMENT


Author: Roula
ASL Info:    18/female
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Words: 170
Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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Description:




THIS IS THE MOMENT



the moment after many months where
everything changed.

Your words took me by surprise
for I'm not really even sure that I know
what they mean.
Its a word used to plug holes & gaps
of all shapes an sizes,
a word construed into a holiday
of pink & red, chocolates & flowers,
a word conveyed as pain & joy
in songs, books, movies.

Then there's the two of us;
I'm not sure which hole to plug with this word-
where it fits best.
It's not this word I don't wish to fall in to
but rather the fear and the potential of pain.

This is the same moment where after many years
of hard work and self exploration
I am lost, turned upside down, unsure.
I dissolve.

I do not wish to consume you,
breathe you in as oxygen,
and spit you out as carbon dioxide.
I would change you to your very core;
this is your fare warning.




Submitted on 2011-02-23 00:34:35     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Oh yeah... I probably should have put in the description what this is about! Recently I got out of a two-year relationship so my best guy friend decided to tell me he's been in love with me for a year....
| Posted on 2011-02-23 00:00:00 | by Roula | [ Reply to This ]
  I quite enjoyed this, however at the beginning I was slightly confused but that is what made me want to read farther on. Very well written, and nice use of words. Lovely job!!! I especially liked the ending :) )O(
| Posted on 2011-02-23 00:00:00 | by cherrywillow | [ Reply to This ]


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