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Raymond Valadez

Rookie (12-21-1982 / Mexico)

Rich girl Poor boy


a dove above a armadillo below but if they fall in love where would they go?
where if we belong to very different environment? you so lovely and i so ugly.
my dove you that seem like i could never reach you. then you swoop down to just see me.
you that is so vulnerable that could get shot down from the skies you fly. why fall for me? a rugged armadillo.
with a hard shell so no one could hurt me. why do you sell me your life stories! ! ! about how flying is so wonderful and dwelling here on the ground is so boring? i see you pass by while you fly in the sky and wonder when you will join me right by my side. but you only break my heart because you seem so close but i know you are so far and i hate living my life apart. you are cover in splendor while i have nothing that is tender. you come in and out of my reality and when your with me even if its for one second i am so happy. but then you tell me you have to leave. and i would give anything so that wouldn't be. i have to endure to see you spread your wings and make our love just another fling.

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009

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