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Cleo Blue

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All You Need


Life is tough,
Life is mean.
You're coming apart,
At the seam.

To sow you back up,
It'll take a while;
Little needles,
Another trial.

But there's one thing,
You really need,
To sheild yourself,
From life's stampede.

To stick with you until the end,
All you need is a friend.
(though that may be true
All i need is you)

Submitted: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

oh hi again thanks for reading my poem this can be about friends, best friends, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, lovers, wives, husbands or whoever just about you care about alot so this is for Jake... i know all my poems seem to be about him but he is awesome and i really love him so it is going to be about him like it or not! but the part in parenthisies is just saying if you don't like this part than pretend it's not here.... so i hope you like it.... ok well bye now ;)

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