Life Or Death Poetry


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You know why I feel for you so
The way I say like my mother?
Why I care about you like her?
I will say this but you will
probably laugh in my face
But I must say
I tend to detach from people
I am always prepared for them to go
For that is how I adapted to my life
And you are one of the only people
That I am attached to in a personal sence
Besides the attachements I had to her so

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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I understand if you dont have to believe me.. But It could not hurt to explain my reasoning..
I actually was not attached to Kat in a personal sence..
She hurt though.. but I moved on..

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