Lynne . Tosh.

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Love and death Poem by Lynne . Tosh.


Love is a something that everyone has
But not every love story ends out well
Have you witnessed the kind of love that I have?
Or just the kind you read in books?

Stuff like love might even turn out bad
It will stab you in the back
And make you feel like death
Thats the kind I have witnessed

Something like love isnt taking for granted
But its something that people such as me
Can't live without

Depression kicks in after love
That is the feeling of death
It will ripe your heart out until it cant take anything more

In the end all the happyness comes back
Just because your love has come back
I love you!
And always will

Love you forever
And ever
Leave me in your arms
Till I cant move anything more
Death is over
I am so not over

Submitted: Sunday, October 12, 2008

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  • Rookie Heather C (10/12/2008 8:58:00 PM)

    that is a well written poem. You have a talent, keep up the great work! (Report) Reply

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