Great Expectations

February 4, 2009
By Breiter21 SILVER, New City, New York
Breiter21 SILVER, New City, New York
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You see me differently now
Then when you saw me then,
I saw you differently then, as I do now
You may see, that some changes have been made

It was back at Satis' house
In the garden to be precise
When we first looked, Into the direction of each other
It was at this time, when you knew me as someone else

You knew me as a pale young gentleman
But pip, you see, you are now just that,
That is minus the pale and young
You maybe young in age, but not young in wisdom

With some money
With some years
With some teachings
And with some expectations, you have become a gentleman

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