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Tiana Aldafaar


young mother, young father


a young mother and a young father
one trying to move closer as the other moves farther
teen romance no one wanted to bother
now we are faced with a young miracle
yes it is difficult
this teen mother and this teen father
are no longer growing
stronger ones to afraid to express his feelings but there showing
while this mother tries to keep things going
this young love is no longer glowing
because this teen father let others effect his decisions
take his better judgment and shape his opinions
now this young mother and this young father
one alone with this weight on her shoulders
while the other just lets the tip of his joint smolder

Submitted: Sunday, January 26, 2014

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