Love And Death Poems?
Im sort of bored of all the death and love poems.
Ill admit, there good in a way.
Its nice to hear what a boy or girl has to say.
But writing one over and over its such a pain.
But option from seeing the poem list is starting to drain.
Have we forgotten what poety is all about?
'I love you' is that all you can shout?
Talk about the flowers, or the lovely day outside, enough with your own life.
No one cares about who you want to make your wife
I'm not saying to stop what you like.
But keep it in your love notes, and send it to someone you like.
Not here, were she might not be able to read.
What you attempting to do? Wait and hope intell fate can lead?
Lead her to your note that you had the guts to write?
Yea, her heart is staying, not soreing into a love flight.
And yea, maybe you want to help others with love notes too.
But is that your job? Do we need to depend on you?
Relax with the love notes, thats all im saying.
Because it the choice of the persons words who writes the letter who will be dating.
Now this is something that i really hate.
Why decide to talk about ending a fate?
Your fate, to late.
You already wrote life is something you hate.
Keep in second or third person when you write.
Because god gave you life, so stop the big fight.
Some people know the world can stink.
But thats the point you stop and think.
Change the wrong doings and make your life good.
Just like you intended you should.
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