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Audrey Heller

(2/28/32 / Bronx, New York/ Now residing in Florida)

A Change Of Attitude


How can one, explain, what they feel,
inside? On the surface, it seems like
one thing, but it's really a roller coaster,
ride. One minute your up, the next, you're
down, you may feel like smiling and then,
comes the frown. All kinds of emotions, go
through your mind, as you look for the answer,
but can't find. You try your best, to make light
of everything, knowing quite well, what the
consequences, will bring. Always try hard, to
find something nice, to think about, this is
sure, to change your mood. Every time, you
feel down and out, keep this in mind and it
definitely, will help, your attitude!

Submitted: Friday, March 06, 2009
Edited: Saturday, September 03, 2011

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