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PostSubject: Who By: Cera West <3   Mon May 03, 2010 5:48 pm

Whose hand I see out stretched
Whose name I never even catched
To see his face again
To dear life I clenched…

The ink dried under my pen
From writing his name again and again
My bare walls became black
My love for his will never end

I made a vow to love and I will never go back
but it’s you love I lack
I will climb the highest mountains just to see you
When I get you my love will be back on track

The love I portray is for you
I only tell you because it’s true
I love you
I love you
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PostSubject: Who knew...   Mon May 03, 2010 9:37 pm

Wooow! You have a gift for poetry...despite it being about your one and only obsession. Shocked I never would've guessd you'd write it about that! Just kidding, it was amazing! And it rhymed! I can never rhyme in poetry...it takes too long. Despite a few gramatical errors, it was probably better than anything I could've done...aha... bounce


Life is like thunder; powerful, confusing, wonderous, loud, inexplainable, sudden, beautiful in ways you can't even begin to describe, and completely unexpected. Death is like lightning; it strikes even the most powerful things, and shoots through the ground to everyone nearby, leaving them with only a painful aftershock.

Almost dying changes nothing. Dying changes everything.

Cry me a river, build a bridge, and get over it.
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