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Emotions Change


Lisa it is not always best
to hold onto the emotion from the past
Or mine for that matter
For emotions change with flow and pace
I am sorry that i did wrong
And I am not perfect
I might state somthing I shouldnt
But remember in all my
My poetry fluency and nonfluency
please remember you will alot of time
Never get the same emotion in the future
And not always are the ment to analitcal or exact
For expression and feeling changes with flow and veiw
It also does not mean its correct alot of the time
It is alot of feeling and may not state everything or right
Depending on the poetry and type
But it does not define me
Everyone makes mistakes
Not an excuse
But another perspective
to point out
I am sorry my flower
For you truly are everything to me
And my poetry is not who I am
But I did do wrong and I am sorry
And I do love you
And there will be nobody
That could ever replace you
You are everything to me
please forgive me
For i will always be here
to listen to you
because it is true
I understand your anger
but I dont believe in the revenge
For i dont feel that solves anything
I love you with my heart
And this my flower is pernament

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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  • Freshman - 2,239 Points Patricia Grantham (6/26/2013 7:34:00 AM)

    A very emotional write. Love can cause us to do
    unusual things and act in such a way as to change
    our whole outlook on. I have a poem written call Emotions,
    please stop by and take a look when you find time. (Report) Reply

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