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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 »)
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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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