Don't Say the L-Word

June 6, 2010
By yes_i_am SILVER, Faizabad, Other
yes_i_am SILVER, Faizabad, Other
6 articles 1 photo 38 comments

Favorite Quote:
"not all those who wander are lost"


Be careful what you wish for,
It might come true,
I might come true.

No more a figment of your imagination,
Or a whimsical wish,
Fantasy and reality-
Don't you know how quickly
They make the switch?

Be careful what you wish for,
It might come true,
Watch what you speak,
For I might believe you.


The author's comments:
I think this is the worst poem I ever wrote..your thoughts please

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on Jul. 15 2010 at 3:08 pm
Supernova7 GOLD, Redford, Texas
16 articles 6 photos 394 comments

Favorite Quote:
Let me cry my tears let me live in sorrow as long as you promise to be with me tomorrow
By Me:)

 i thought it was ok I like the idea behind it.

on Jul. 13 2010 at 2:33 am
yes_i_am SILVER, Faizabad, Other
6 articles 1 photo 38 comments

Favorite Quote:
"not all those who wander are lost"

maybe i should have said-"no longer" instead of "no more"...

u r right...my bad


_AMZ_ BRONZE said...
on Jul. 13 2010 at 1:25 am
_AMZ_ BRONZE, Hemet, California
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Favorite Quote:
"life is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're going to get"

Ah, I see, It makes more sense now, thank you :)

on Jul. 11 2010 at 10:42 am
yes_i_am SILVER, Faizabad, Other
6 articles 1 photo 38 comments

Favorite Quote:
"not all those who wander are lost"

by "no more a figment.." i meant that

the said person's imagination may become reality,so i would no longer remain their imagination ...


_AMZ_ BRONZE said...
on Jul. 11 2010 at 10:19 am
_AMZ_ BRONZE, Hemet, California
1 article 13 photos 269 comments

Favorite Quote:
"life is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're going to get"

I liked it, but I got a bit lost on the 2nd stanza. I thought you would compare fiction to reality when you started off with "No more a figment..." I thought it would be followed by you saying "than..." and comparing that figment of imagination to something real. Other than the confusion, I can see where you were going with it, and I liked your overall ideas.




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