Parable Poetry

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Lifes Memory Foam - Poem by Parable Poetry

Hey how are you?
I've said I'm just fine.
Don't really mean it,
all of the time.

But I say it for you,
I say it for me,
I say it cause,
that's just what we do.

Now we've become to comfortable.
Lost the flame,
that burns inside of you.
Our life's become so separable.
No one to blame,
something we both knew.

I really need you,
to be in my life.
I always wanted,
you as a wife.

But that time is since gone,
this life spent alone.
There's nothing left,
of these feelings shown.

Now we've become to comfortable.
Lost the flame,
that burns inside of you.
Our life's become so separable.
No one to blame,
something we both knew.

Wesley Hall - 04/11/08

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2008



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