lyndsay lackadaisical

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Unmistakable - Poem by lyndsay lackadaisical

Make sure you remember
Remember to make sure
Feelings rewind until
Create the tranquil setting.

Breathing in the extras.
Don't be afraid to
See.

Flash a step
Here and there.
Marking points
Racking up lives.

Keeping the beat.
Singing the melody.

Cheers to
All the ones who-
Thoughts go up suddenly
Ddon't be afraid
Stop to worry.

Maybe we should.
Maybe you shouldn't.
Maybe it's bad for me.

Make sure you remember
Remember to make sure.
Feelings mix
Torrents arise.

Half-sun sets.
Full-moon rise.
Bright blue sky retreat
Let the dark
Night fill me with joy
Stars twinkle.

Little white dots
Against black
Backgrounds.

Paper and pencil
Ink and paper.

To think
You'd remember to make sure
That you'd make sure you remember.

Stop
Being sarcastic and
So completely confusinig.

Remember to make sure
But remember
Keep you friends
Close enough to feel.

Make sure to remember
Remember, though
Make your enemies
Closer to tell.

Caving in
Drowning down
Ironically enough.
Stoping to be rude.
Going incase of
The politeness I
Feel is something more.

Are the lights of
The city too much,
Too heaven to return
How I feel
About...

Anything...

Much to my dismay
Feelings the failed
Creep in
Out and in
Currents of the pulse.

Make sure you remember.
Remember to make sure.
Don't forget
Forget to remember.

Criss-cross
Bow and arrow
Much to my dismay
Dismay me much
Beats of
Hearts battle
Ends to losing.

Plain
So
Strange.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2008



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