January 24, 2010
By senwollb BRONZE, Amagansett, New York
senwollb BRONZE, Amagansett, New York
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You're a terminal cancer
Killing people for awnsers
The chemo will weaken you
You let them think they are through
Somehow you always come back
And continue to attack
During their last breaths of life
You cut the chord with a knife
Then after you have them dead
You move on and look ahead
You then move onto the next
And leave all doctors perplexed
Right now there is not a cure
But the strong learn to endure
Strong people drive u insane
You then try to make more pain
If the strong endure and last
Your angered you were surpassed
Lastly you storm off with spite
And find another to fight

The author's comments:
This poem is about a friends... I used to have. the format of the poem is inspired by Robert Frost's poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay"

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