Paying a Compliment

January 26, 2012
By Joeytheteddy GOLD, Redmond, Washington
Joeytheteddy GOLD, Redmond, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
Sometimes, life throws us curve balls. And it is not our job to watch the pitch, but to swing. better to swing for the fence than to go down looking. you never know, one of these days, you could possibly hit a homerun.

Your taking it wrong
Really you are
It’s not what it means in what I say.
I’m singing a song
While compliment gone
Your friend I mean to done.
While words are weighty and choicely chosen
In tongue upon I shall deny.
My hopes and dreams ill keep and stay
My wills I may defy.
Now take my words with sweetened ears
Not down in soul must they dwell
It’s a compliment, I’ll say and give again
And friends we may inwell.

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