Babette Teeth

They Like To Be In This Way - Poem by Babette Teeth

They like to be in this way
and for strangers they do not wanna meet
For safety or others
Well I dont know
But surely it's not me who bothers still
And if i'm their friend, they would call sometime
But to be hurried is my way
And I do things never delay
For me nothing to care
If it loses or won
Soon it will fade away
Like never appeared in front of me
Frankly I do not need a friend far away
With a call or a greet
I wanna compay by your side
and feel like I'm in love
No matter you're really the one or not

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 25, 2005

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