Acts - Poem by Tina Dang
I believe everyone we meet in life is an actor.
We pretend really well, to over come life's obstacles and other fear factors.
Most of the time we pretend to be someone else.
In pretense of being others friends, behind their backs we judge them ourselves.
We get ourselves in sticky situations, not knowing when to keep our mouths shut.
So when words get out, tossed around and we get caught and confronted all we have to say is bb.....b..but.
If we were able to do the wrongs.
Why is it that we don't apologize, but let lies prolong?
For what it's worth sorry means nothing.
That is why you should think before doing something.
Do whatever it takes,
Sit down think back and learn from your mistakes.
What's done is done, that is that we no longer want to keep track.
Try to prevent from doing regretable things later on, then not being able to take them back.
Thank goodness i'm still young, single and have this time alone.
What i'll do is reminisce the past, live the present and figure out my future on my own.
'Dreams, sometimes turn into reality, reality turns to happiness or pain.
But through all life experience there are lots to learn from, you either lose or gain.'
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