Nadia J. Pamphil

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I cry...sometimes

Sometimes I cry
A cry so bitter and sweet
Sometimes I hide
I hide to shut out the world
Sometimes I smile
A smile to get through the pain
Sometimes I laugh
I laugh for all the world to see
Sometimes I dance
I dance just to let go
Sometimes I sing
A song just for you and me
Sometimes I see
A world so cruel and brute
Sometimes I sense
A feeling oh so pure and immense
Sometimes I hear
Violance and laughter together as one
Sometimes I fear
One you'll be gone
But do you really know how I feel? ?
Sometimes I feel as though the world stops
and spins madly on
Sometimes I feel like letting everything drop
And run toward you

Submitted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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  • Veteran Poet - 2,665 Points Wahab Abdul (2/29/2012 10:45:00 PM)

    what a smart poem! well crafted and nicely worded, i like it.....give 100/ read my new poem. (Report) Reply

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