Tina Chan

Enter With Caution Poem by Tina Chan

Enter With Caution
Proceed carefully
Continual vigilance
To find the way forward towards happiness unblocked
Everywhere swarming with assholes
Deliver me from dire peril or bathe in warm sunshine of happiness
My heart gripped with terror
Excited with sincere intentions from a man

Enter With Caution
Yellow caution tape is everywhere at the entrance
Evil effluence
Absolutely confounding for such evil that walks the Earth
Flagrant offense
Each passing encounter
Does the size of your commitment match the size of your claims?
My radically simplified thinking
An intermittent pass

Submitted: Saturday, May 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts

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Enter every relationship with caution. My heart cannot bear heart break again, again and again.

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