Reginald Goodridge

Rookie (March,31st 1977 / Monrovia, Liberia)

Why We Argue... - Poem by Reginald Goodridge

Because its a burning sensation
hot and raw, unabated
inflammatory with angry overtures
insatiable urges can't be satiated

You speak a lot of what if's
I make promises I don't keep
we bubble violently then fizz
you yell outside, though inside you weep

Let's make a bet
statistics will play this out
we keep arguing and fussing
somehow we'll both lose this bout...

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  • (2/10/2006 4:36:00 PM)

    Words spoken oh so true, no one wins.

    Patricia
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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 10, 2006



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