Babette Teeth


Untitled - Poem by Babette Teeth

I proclaim you will never defeat me
the more hardness I confront
more stronger I would be
the gentleness would indulgent me
once for a while
But not for always, not for ever
I will never give it up
My fighting of living
My hardness and decisive mind
My unchangable toughness
The gentleness is the kindness of a scenting flower
emitting the fragrance of spring morning
Once in a while
not Lasting in time of War
What the hatefulness
All I must break it down
No excuses for exception
All I Must break it dodwn


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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 9, 2005



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