Matthew Mashburn

Rookie (12/16/1982 / Savannah Georgia)

I Always End Up Weaping - Poem by Matthew Mashburn

I always end up weaping
Cause of things I have lost

But I still keep dreaming
Cause I will get my frost

I have met a girl
She makes my tummy wirl

Such a nice feeling
Of someone willing

To give an ear
To help with my fear

She really is beautiful
And so so wonderful

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 2, 2004

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