Alexander Foald


Lack Of Consideration


I have come this far
Such distance to measure
What really we have done
Just want to make sure

That my feeling is still as strong as ever
And the story still stands as it was begun
No matter how much you look at it
I will never change the way it would end

I have been waiting for this day
To come on my way, far enough
A man could never look away
When he talks what he’s about to achieve

That I love you to this time
And I'm still lacking of consideration
To think that you might not
And will never really understand

Submitted: Thursday, January 28, 2010

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  • Lady Grace (1/28/2010 6:10:00 PM)

    owwww, this is a nice piece..only 4 stanzas but written in detailed..so nice to read..this will go to my fav...consideration, hope everybody will have this.. (Report) Reply

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