James Anderson

One Thing Money Can'T Buy - Poem by James Anderson

Some time ago, the one who knows. The act of losing, placing a high value on and the particular state of being that person. Being honorable that been put into a life I have lived through. The act of repeating that brings a series of actions of mine that will need to come to an end. The disturbances of the perceptible by the mind of others that I affect, which symbolize the thought, she gave and received. A new trodden way that’s better for her. For I’m truly sorry for what I put all of us into. The time it takes to receive a better outcome that ive destroyed so long ago. So the overview of them is much larger then the time before. Be inattentive someone shown to be who has never give apprehension through the emotions that worries in the life he lived through. The villain who will never be able to an entrance the heart for someone. For her to come into possession of this make this even messier to that one who should not be dealt with this other one. That stands in the way of or holds up progress towards a goal of thought. For all I need to now is to learn and move on with the achievements and disadvantages I have reach after, for the one thing I want that money can't buy is the intense affection, warm felling for another (love) and to excuse for a fault in the people I care (forgiveness) for all the sense will help for the two of us.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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