Found and Lost

November 23, 2010
By Anonymous

You made your choice, I can respect that.
But I can't let you go, thats just the fact.
You're the gravity my life circles around,
With empty street corners where love resounds.

A life in ruins, a city decayed.
What's a rose thrown into the fade?
Something of worth, it was simply good.
Petals have fallen; I'd catch them if I could.

Lost is the flower that you and I found
Gray city streets with nothing inbound.
All is apart without you, my gravity.
My world has crashed and you can't see.

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krd505 BRONZE said...
on Dec. 13 2010 at 12:43 pm
krd505 BRONZE, Plaquemine, Louisiana
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The rhyme in this poem is good, many teens can relate themselves to this. "You made your choice, I can respect that." " But I can't let you go, thats just the fact." That's my two favorite lines because when somebody has their first love they can't let go, but they respect their others choice because they love that person. 

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