Albot George

Decision; Decision - Poem by Albot George

Don't look then
What are you looking at
You and your words'
I didn't say you were (two fat bits)
And I said have you, being sweating
Past tense
And why would you're sweat put me off
It makes a lovely slapping sound
Especially on your fat bits
Seriously though;
How can I answer something
That you have already answered
You've said don't write anything
Leave IT on 370' for the last one! ! !
Nice and even, a question for you;
How is lulu and daisy "there not even)
That sounds like! ! ! You have the answers
But if that's what you want I agree
Well I do at the TIME you said IT? ?
I'll give you two question marks
That's Just in case you don't remember what you want
Me to agree to; or two 2 too' but the question is will
A two 2 fit? ? ? Well it will me because mine will stretch
But to try to answer what you asked;
To want someone would be easy;
Close your eyes if I have gone, if you can't see me
And feel me; and to know what I'm doing,
When I think of you, and right to you
Then that might make it easier
When you tell me not to right is wrong
When you tell to right it wrong
So instead of being right
I've rote it now good books or
Whatever! ! ! That's from the past
And the answer to your last text; IT is your last text isn't
I will love you until I die
Night night babe
See you always,
Feel you forever

Topic(s) of this poem: art

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 18, 2014

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