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Poetic Amoure

(nov 14 / Detroit)

Poetry Night


stop playing like you love when you really dont,
stop playing like you gone do when you really wont.
a bunch of temptation no inspiration,
gotta rest up for what there's no celebration.
no one has sympathy, no one cares,
and if no one cares why in the world are we here.
friends going through things that i cant help em though,
im going through things and my friend is too.
the rope to heaven is right there but i cant latch on,
the train is right infront but i cant catch on.
Im tryna help but i cant seem to get it right,
so once its all said n dont i welcome you to poetry night

Submitted: Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Edited: Thursday, July 07, 2011

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