William Yates

(Raleigh, North Carolina, USA)

Excitement - Poem by William Yates

Something never happen
Something never occurs
Something never dies
Also death may never occurs
Yet I aware
What you want is alway
something
spoken or unspoken
It may never turn out
in fear, shame, anger,or pains
I amy comphren lifetime
Victory that's never vain.
Never a neither yesterday
tomorrow also today will
never be stumbling murder
or shame or invain.
Never comes in movement
of ,or the life we
may live or the life we
try to live
After wandering: this
sound mind of climate
b or neither this is
the end of life also the
end may never come
Rejoice! Rejoice ! What has
to stop wouldn't be very
for, better for wisdom.
Let not my heart be torn
Let not my heart be suffering
Let not my heart be bleeding
Let not my heart be busted
Fearn't when your heart
feel like meeting
What; Where; Also when
your heart seem lost
these things may never occur.
Not! be trouble that
shall not be the end
of life, never or neither
death may occur.
Something are never taken of lost
It not a failure of life
Something never happen
Something never occurs
Something never dies.


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  • (7/7/2012 7:20:00 AM)


    what are we talking about? somthing never happen's or somthing's never happen? (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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