Never Could it Be

November 8, 2009
By Lyric81 SILVER, Indianapolis, Indiana
Lyric81 SILVER, Indianapolis, Indiana
5 articles 1 photo 5 comments

A pronoun
A pronoun
An adjective

The author's comments:
From personal expereience, I have found that almsot everyone expereiences "crushing" on a person that does not feel the same way towards them. Though we all get over situations such as these, and may even laugh about them later, it's the fact of the matter that our feelings are so real and our emotions become inevitably hurt. This poem is a reflection on the feelings evoked when a person realizes that maybe the like, or even love, factor just isn't there.

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on Nov. 29 2009 at 8:28 am
greygardens SILVER, Lombard, Illinois
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nice! I like the use of questions to place the topics :) http ://teenink .com /poetry/free_verse/article/147175/opportunity/

Lyric81 SILVER said...
on Nov. 25 2009 at 11:42 pm
Lyric81 SILVER, Indianapolis, Indiana
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thanks ! i wrote this poem a couple yrs back and i figured i should do something with it and it really is great to know people like it.

mimi2.0 BRONZE said...
on Nov. 25 2009 at 9:31 pm
mimi2.0 BRONZE, Fremont, California
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Favorite Quote:
"If you really want it, then you gotta try for it. IF your hyped, the put it on the field"
"Marching band not only shows my love for music, it shows my love for everything around me."

OMG ITS GREAT a perfect idea of a poem.... so simple its hard to understand but elegant.. it works

cree8ive GOLD said...
on Nov. 25 2009 at 3:42 pm
cree8ive GOLD, Billings, Montana
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Favorite Quote:
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure." Mariane Williamson

i really like it. really simple, but really expressive. i like that it captures so effectively something everyone has felt and the ease with which one can relate. keep writing! if you have any comments on m work, they'd be greatly appreciated.

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