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Triauna Hall

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Different Vs. Difficult


Different and difficult are two different things
One is like snow and the other like rain
Different is smooth and pretty like ice
Difficult is like rain, without a hood, you pay the price
I know I'm different because there's no one like me
I know people who're difficult, I find it hard to believe
Different isn't so bad, I would know, I'm a good example
Difficult is the opposite, you never want a sample
Different is nice, it has a lot of class
Difficult is evil, needs to be put into the past
Different is right, know how to make it last
Difficult can move slow but knows how to move fast
Different is special, something everyone can be
Difficult attaches to people; it doesn't know when to leave
Different is like water, we all love to feel it
Difficult is like fire, it hurts us to touch it
Different is like clouds, it's a pretty sight to see
Difficult is like smoke, it kills you slowly
Different is the sky, you look at it all day
Difficult is the sea, it washes you away
Different is beautiful, it's something to admire
Difficult is weird, it needs to expire
Different is wise, it gets smarter over night
Difficult is a rebel, it's always waiting for a fight
Different is me, there can only be one
Difficult is you, that's what's making this fun

Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
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Oh Gosh. I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote this but I guess I was bored.

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