Of What I Know

January 19, 2013
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For times sake I foment because of they;
Its best I understand a spurious love,
Than a lie so outlandish in the month of May,
In my truest time, darkness I only know of;

A turn for worse is but a loss of you
Why man seeks happiness at night,
Is probability connected with virtue,
A wide concept blinded in sight.

Questions with answers that play coy;
And thought contemplated too far,
Will miss simplicity in its joy,

Only a challenge could set a bar.

From past to now, I will learn;
Let my want be a need to yearn .

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DomAnaya This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Mar. 26, 2013 at 12:22 pm
This poem was about my parents. I would get into trouble for attention from them because they were caught up in themselves bc of the recent incident. My father had cheated on my mother and that's why I speak of false love and some hopelessness for love itself. So I went into deep contemplation at night in my room wondering why man would do what he does to women. Inevitably I realized that focusing on the complexity of things would make me miss the joy of simplicity in life. The moral is basi... (more »)
Aenean Sidera said...
Jan. 25, 2013 at 9:56 pm
Wow this is amazing writing... can you explain what it means? It's really really good.
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