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Alexandra Greif

Rookie (Angleton TX)

Love


Love isn't something easy to find...
Love is always hard through day and night...
Love pokes and jabes at your heart,
When it finds a crack, frezzes, and pulls it apart...
Love is something many cant find,
Love secretly hides from you and I...
You can't find it unless you think about it...
Once you do, it's eather too late or they don't love you...
Love is a cruel game you will never win,
Love is a cruel thing that always wins...

Submitted: Friday, January 30, 2009
Edited: Saturday, April 04, 2009

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