Bent on Terf

February 4, 2012
By PoetryAngel14 PLATINUM, Ithaca, New York
PoetryAngel14 PLATINUM, Ithaca, New York
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Favorite Quote:
"Dare to be imperfect and one day there will tug at your sleeve a soulmate." ~Robert Brault
"Life is like riding a bicycle - in order to keep your balance, you must keep moving." ~Albert Einstein


Brown-eyed

Exquisite

Nuzzle

Tempting

Osculation

Naughty

Tall

Enticing

Romeo

Fatal


The author's comments:
You will probably get really confused by this poem. I wrote it with the exact same words but in a different order, to spell out someone's name. But this new version has a sort of deep meaning: bent on terf. It could mean that you get bent and out of shape when you cross onto love's turf (I know it's spelled wrong in the poem and title, but remember that this is not the original). This was not really written at first to be deep, but now I realize that it is one of the deepest poems that I have written. I hope that people don't just look at the top layer of the poem and say that it's bad because it doesn't make sense, but actually take the time to look underneath and see the deeper meaning of it.

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on Feb. 22 2012 at 8:02 pm
PoetryAngel14 PLATINUM, Ithaca, New York
26 articles 0 photos 53 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Dare to be imperfect and one day there will tug at your sleeve a soulmate." ~Robert Brault
"Life is like riding a bicycle - in order to keep your balance, you must keep moving." ~Albert Einstein

Thanks! I actually don't really like this one

illusions GOLD said...
on Feb. 22 2012 at 3:21 pm
illusions GOLD, I Dontg Even Like This Town, Other
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i dont ussulay like these types of poams but yours really got to me. great job!


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