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    dots Submission Name: I finally learneddots

    Author: Chas
    ASL Info:    28/f/WA
    Elite Ratio:    2.86 - 10/11/8
    Words: 193
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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    dotsI finally learneddots

    I finally learned at 29, that being awake is more frightening than I ever imagined.
    Just ten years ago, I believed I had the all the answers. I was practically bragin'

    Little did I know the road that awaited. I road I will probably never have a map to.
    But who would I be, if everything was predicted, if I never failed, never was the fool?

    I could not be me, nor love as I have, as I do. Nothing would be difficult, and nothing divine.
    Sure, I may be spared the pain I have survived, but for what? A life lifeless, a life not mine.

    So I have to ask the age old question; "Tis better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all"?
    Through all the pain and anguish, I almost perished from; I would do it all again, without a stall.

    Thank you for allowing me to feel, know, see, touch, smell, give, have, and most of all be.....Love
    I am fortunate in this life, and so early on, to be given such a priceless gift, beyond even above

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      This is touching, and really relatable. I know that I'm only seventeen, but still, I feel like I can relate. I lost someone dear to me and I contemplated about if it was better to have been her friend or should I have just been cold to her. I came to the same conclusion as you. Don't change anything in your poem! It was great!
    | Posted on 2006-03-30 00:00:00 | by Persephone | [ Reply to This ]

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