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Author: scardnscared
ASL Info:    25/ DFW
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Words: 231
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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up there



last night was my character judgement
not a single tear was cried
i really think i got it this time
my head has gotten around you some how
god if only you could see me now
maybe you would be some what proud

for many months i kind of dreaded last night
but standing on that bridge
the link to my past and present
i smiled and laughed and made new friends
but you know they'll never be as funny as you
i felt all pain release into the cloudy sky
i felt alive last night

if i could
i would call you and say
hey guess where i was today
standing in the same spot we were last year
i thought i saw you in my dreams
thank you for so many good memories
ill never forget them over the years

with the help of great friends and some firecrackers
we whipped up some evil laughter
and wicked running
with bomb bags on the water
and pyros right beside us
with out knowing they kept me from thinking
thinking of you that is

this place is forever engraved into my mind
ill replay it like a movie when i have the time
i dont need you nor miss you
i did
i defeated it
the one thing they never said i would

my first love




Submitted on 2005-08-20 18:11:17     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Not to bad. Lost me half way through. Wasnt quite sure what the end was about. Maybe just me. Lots of luck
God bless and keep up the writing
| Posted on 2005-08-20 00:00:00 | by Poetic Cure | [ Reply to This ]
  This has a great flow, I must admit. I found it interesting. Very creative. I don't quite completely understand it, but that could be a good thing because it allows the reader to use their imagination as to what it all means. Great job, I love it!
| Posted on 2005-08-20 00:00:00 | by Mia | [ Reply to This ]


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