I can

August 10, 2009
By thea314 BRONZE, Springfield, Massachusetts
thea314 BRONZE, Springfield, Massachusetts
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I can be stronger then steel, Sweeter then sugar.
Colder then ice,
Hotter then heat.
Prouder then a medal,
More modest then denial.
Smarter then books,
Wiser then age.
Younger the youth
Older then day.
Prettier then make-up,
Deadlier then poison.
Fiercer then a lion,
Softer then a cloud.
Brighter then the sun,
Darker then night.
Angelic like sunlight,
more devious then death.
Quieter then whispers,
Louder then thunder.
Dimmer then a dream, one in a trillion.
sugar and spice.
black and white
I can be your bestfriend or your worse enemy
I Can and I Am

The author's comments:
this poem is dedicated to anyone who has ever been underestimated and you can do anything as long as you want it.

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Katie.T. GOLD said...
on Jan. 4 2010 at 4:46 pm
Katie.T. GOLD, Chaptico, Maryland
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"Why go for a 100%, when with a little more, you can have 110%." -KT

Whoa! I really like this one!


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