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Life in Poetry (Translated Into English)

August 7, 2013
By Jay-Wolf PLATINUM, Cedar Hills, Utah
Jay-Wolf PLATINUM, Cedar Hills, Utah
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Favorite Quote:
"The man who takes offense when offence is not intended is a fool
However the man who takes offence when it is intended is an even greater fool"
Ralph Waldo Emerson


I'm a weasel\ my sword is a serpents tongue



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I am a shadow of what could be/ I'm shy
Mystery is My Armor/ I'm a clam
Caution is my Shield/ I don't try
Night transforms me/ I look best at night



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I'm classy\ My style matches my tie
I'm who I see\ Alter ego's hide my face
I'm sensitive\ I hurt when others cry
I'm weak\ My army is my fight


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You have seen a piece of my heart the rest stays Mine
Crossed rhyme contains my life




It's a knot none can untie
It will only be fully unraveled when it's time to say goodbye


The author's comments:
I sorta needed to vent, so I gave my life in poetry then translated it into English.

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on Aug. 8 2013 at 10:55 am
Jay-Wolf PLATINUM, Cedar Hills, Utah
25 articles 0 photos 34 comments

Favorite Quote:
"The man who takes offense when offence is not intended is a fool
However the man who takes offence when it is intended is an even greater fool"
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Please give me some written feedback on this and some of my other poems, I'm trying to decide wich to enter into a contest later this year  


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