Ace Of Black Hearts

Silver Star - 4,199 Points (04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

Setting Her Free - Poem by Ace Of Black Hearts

Hey girl I'm here to tell you things be alright. You've been alone in the dark crying again. I'm here to tell you that you will always have me as a friend. Not like the others I wont be another one of forgotten lovers. Tonight and every day after, always. I will never forget the day we met. A dawn of another sunset. Rose petals still fall yet. A romantic who is very adventurous. Living on the edge yet so down to earth. A million mysteries to solve one after the next. Ill never be perfect but i don't try be. I live the way I want. Thus I'll die the way i want. Among friends to the very end. And now i ask you, will you be one too. Pain only makes you stronger. Take a chance, lets dance. Get your body moving. In sync we are like the tides of the ocean. Never causing to much of a commotion. Words are so carefully chosen. Truth with tact and that's a fact. Pick the right battle then react. Be careful for somethings you cant retract. Lessons of just being alive. Just try to survive. Just try to get by singing your favorite tune. They may call you a loone. But theyre in truth really jealous of you and what you are able too do with such devotion. Steadfast and baby who will last. Round one, two, now they got you. But they dont know what I do. Their is tiger inside you. Waiting to be released so come on let me be the that sets you free.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 3, 2011

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