Babette Teeth

Summary - Poem by Babette Teeth

You think your words can still stir
My peace and calm away to the stream
But I just realised what you mean to me
And I could leave without a care
And no matter what life brings to me
I would be pleased to fit a begger or an escaped criminal
You people just watching the worthlessness
Wasting time in spitting, unnecessary word
Nobody cared, speaker or listener
What would it be
Is out of discussion
I want to end my life in two
Not to live as single, sorrow, misery
And your words cannot simply change my plan

Can this cure the loneliness
And rejoin the union
Since your aim and my purpose are all what I'm clear about
So I cannot bring it under the same topic
If this is not what people really concerned
So leave it out
I'm busy with my thoughts, the pictures in my mind I recall
And every time I remind it, I cannot express to you what I saw
You also regret how the time you spent
Well, I just want to do something worthy
A kind of study

Before doing such study
I recall it in my everyday life I meet and live
Not refer to any colletions, such materials to me means nothing
And guys, When find nothing to do
Better spend time for sleeping

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, December 12, 2005

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