D.M. Sita

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A promise is like a tattoo
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Once you make a promise
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Removing a tattoo is painful
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Breaking a promise is even worse
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The pain you feel
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The broken hearts
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The guilt
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The sorrow
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The darkness never leaves your soul
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The broken trust
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The friendship gone
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How can you live with yourself
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You're gone
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So am I
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I'm coming to get you
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I'll make you pay
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Let's see what you make of this
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Die
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Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Basically in this poem I am describing the feeling one gets when he/she breaks a promise, or the feeling the one you made the promise to feels when you break it
The moral of this poem is: Don't break your promises
or don't make promises you can't keep.

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