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I Would Try

If you wanted,
I could paint for you
A picture
In bright acrylics,
But
If you wanted watercolors,
I could try.

If you wanted,
I could paint it
On the side of a building
To fit all the emotions
But
If you wanted it in a locket
You could wear,
I could try.

If you wanted,
I could use every color
I find and then
Make even more
But
If you wanted it in
Grayscale,
Well, I could try.

If you wanted
I could spend my life
Painting your picture
Until the day I died
Of exhaustion.
But,
If you wanted,
Me to do it
In an hour,
I would try.

If you needed,
I would love you
Forever.
But,
If you needed,
I could love you
Only for a minute.
Or at least, I would try.

I don’t think I could,
But,
I would try.



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musicgirl757 This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Jun. 24, 2009 at 12:35 am:
Aw, this is so sweet! It's written in a light move, but it still has a secret meaning of passion behind it! Alright dude!
 
Veida replied...
Oct. 22, 2009 at 10:22 pm :
That is so nice!!! I read your other poems and I soooo can't believe you only write when you have an artists block!!! I've writen poems since third grade, and mine still suck compared to yours! That's great! Bye, bye~
 
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