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Baby - Poem by hazem al jaber

I asked you, if you liked me, you said no.
i asked you if i was pretty, you said no.
i asked if i was in your heart, u said no.
i asked if you would cry if i walked away, you said no.
so i walked away,
but......
you grabbed my arm and said...
i don't like you, i love you!
you are not pretty, you are beautiful!
you are not in my heart, you ARE my heart.! !
And i wouldn't cry if you walked away, i would die!

By hazem02

Comments about Baby by hazem al jaber

  • Solitary Soul 3/9/2007 6:04:00 AM

    It is not a poem...I mean I heard the same in different languages and in different ways, poems, prose and just like random thoughts. Reply

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  • Julian Kukunda 2/28/2007 6:13:00 AM

    I had started feeling sorry for you at the beginning of the poem i must say you had me on that. Otherwise it is real nice Reply

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  • Kimberley logan 12/10/2006 12:05:00 PM

    Agreed! your poems always have me smiling.Keep up the great job.
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  • Susan Fletcher 6/15/2006 2:05:00 AM

    once again, very nice. tho i ve heard somethin like it before, u r the only one who can put it this way. keep on writing!
    -suze
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  • nicci Hopmann 1/23/2006 10:32:00 AM

    omg that is sooooo cute i love it soooo much! ! ! he he he so yeah well plz keep on writing love poems! ! ! !
    always,
    nicci
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  • Nibedita Deb 12/29/2005 3:29:00 AM

    Wonderful.
    Love has the prettiest outfit in the ink of your pen.
    Regards,
    Nibedita.
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  • Charley60 K 12/18/2005 7:57:00 AM

    Now that is very nice-I was holding my breath, because you needed to hear that and nothing hurtful.
    well written.......I liked that writing.
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  • Angelique' Rockwell 11/30/2005 1:41:00 PM

    very sweet.....but why ask the questions? these are things people should tell us anyway without being asked - especially those that supposedly care about us. if more people spoke their minds than there wouldn't be so much insecurity. but that would make things to easy, the poem was very touching and very realistic. Reply

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  • Sallie Howson 11/20/2005 2:25:00 AM

    i'ts absolutely brilliant..but i agree with louise..it sounds familiar..but maybe its just based on liz lochhead's ' I wouldn't thank you for a valentine ' poem..in which case u did well Reply

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  • Louise Mcvicar 11/15/2005 8:53:00 AM

    It's very good, but it does sound familiar to something else I heard. But it is nice just the same.

    Which ones did you write and which ones didnt u?
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