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george albot


Indubitable


In answer to your text yes most definitely
But there lies the problem neither of us can see the risks
At the time we are together
And if we did, do you think it would have made any difference
Answer on a post card’
I know that in the past we should have walked away
(Ha-ha) God I’m funny
But that was never going to happen
Unlike poles attract, must be like chalk and cheesy’
Do you think that if we could have done anything
Different we would. after all; we should be able to be responsible
For our own action, don’t, YOU’ think
And anyway
Life is like walking a tightrope you don’t just do it
To get to the other side you do it for the feeling
That you are getting, you can’t explain at first
Because you just don’t understand it and when you do
It’s probably too late to do anything about it
As you are already committed and with anything
That is worth anything in life always come with a risk

PS

I’ll give you risk why is someone like me! ! !
No better not go down that road cause that really
Would be like walking a tightrope
Its funny how thing come back around
So the next time we do go to bed
Will it be tight?
The rope I mean because we know that the other
Want be HELLO, hello hello

XXX

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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