Boundary

January 14, 2012
By Blue4indigo PLATINUM, Sturbridge, Connecticut
Blue4indigo PLATINUM, Sturbridge, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
I'd rather be sorry for something that I did than for something I didn't do.
-Red Scott


The difference of today and tomorrow?
For where is the boundary, do tell,
Our eyes made to see thick lines
Cannot envision wispy haze of the edge
Where does nature birth fog,
And where does it end?
How can one judge, when
Moving closer to see, it fades

Perhaps today is the time
When words are just letters
All floating around, and
Waiting their time,
For tomorrow to put them in lines,
And maybe a poem



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on Mar. 28 2013 at 12:26 pm
FerniB00 PLATINUM, Southampton, Other
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wooww, this is so pretty and the meaning, I think I get it, but i think its a message that is for someones personal perspective and it changes with the reaser.... Either way its amazing!!! (P.S your other Poems are beautiful too!)

LunaLives GOLD said...
on Nov. 30 2012 at 9:29 pm
LunaLives GOLD, South Bend, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
Because I can!-Me "Life is a choice and death is a decision"-Lil Wayne

I see what you wrote and I think I see the world differently because of it. You did an amazing job. This is really a poem for thought.

on Jan. 25 2012 at 6:13 pm
Blue4indigo PLATINUM, Sturbridge, Connecticut
24 articles 0 photos 382 comments

Favorite Quote:
I'd rather be sorry for something that I did than for something I didn't do.
-Red Scott

ok.... I see what u mean :) thank you, your feedback will help me a lot when I go back to rewrite this!!

on Jan. 25 2012 at 5:08 pm
meals100 SILVER, Grafton, Massachusetts
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Favorite Quote:
"never take life seriously. no one gets out alive anyways."

*either. i meant to say either not wither. lolll.

on Jan. 25 2012 at 5:08 pm
meals100 SILVER, Grafton, Massachusetts
6 articles 0 photos 19 comments

Favorite Quote:
"never take life seriously. no one gets out alive anyways."

i liked this, but it just wasn't clear what your initian message was. i didn't find that the first and second stanza related to eachother well and were relevant to each other. but alone, i think that wither stanza would be a GREAT poem! the first stanza was AMAZINGGG:D and if you have some time, would you mind reading my poem, "Playing Piano?" thanks!(:


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