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Angry Faces Make Happy Endings


Author: brokenmirror
ASL Info:    150/f/duiuwy89
Elite Ratio:    3.11 - 46 /71 /29
Words: 141
Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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:)-go ahead, give me all u got


Angry Faces Make Happy Endings



The sky's on fire tonight
and the clouds are raining ash.
I feel the same way as the burning night,
angry and alone.
Your useless words and predicted excuses have failed.
You are not who I thought you were.
You are not who I wanted you to be.
The thorns you created still remain in my heart though,
and to remove them would cause too much pain.
My tears still stain my face,
permanently.
The ash that falls covers my surroundings,
until everything is left cold and black
like your heart,
like your small, misereable heart.
It is now my time to turn away
and to forget everything about you.
It is now my time to start something new
and to find someone better.
So with my last goodbye
I leave you with the opposite of those three special words.
I...




Submitted on 2004-10-30 23:40:00     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  i thought that it was a good piece. the imagery was nice and it painted a vivid picture. i thought that it read well, except i would take the "though" off the end of line 8. i thought that it interuppted the fluidity of the piece. i liked it. keep it up.
| Posted on 2004-10-30 00:00:00 | by maquiladora | [ Reply to This ]
  I liked it. Because some guys do need to get a good kick in the ass before they get it, and maybe a cuple, but I hope that you give him a really, really, really, really good one! If I knew you, I would help, but here's a written one you can give to him from me!

*KICK IN THE ASS!*

And I'm serious, I would serious kick him in the ass if I knew you, well, gtg, ttyl lat

^Monkey^

*Manda**
| Posted on 2004-10-30 00:00:00 | by Monkey | [ Reply to This ]


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