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That fawn-skin-dappled hair of hers,
And the blue eye
Dear and dewy,
And that infantine fresh air of hers!
We believe in Marxfreudanddarwin.
We believe everything is OK
as long as you don't hurt anyone,
to the best of your definition of hurt,
I am determined to crush the rebellion,
Send them packing and back into pavilion,
I bring them to sense with high handedness,
If need be hang them in public to show hardness,
Phew! This department if so unbearably stifling,
The whole populace is frantically rifling,
Through loads of clothes, hanging up for inspection,
Either for your acceptance, or for your rejection,
One fine night, in the middle of the day,
two atheists knelt down to pray.
Hymn books opened upside-down,
in Top Hat n Tails, and their dressing gown.
Though I am down and bear a frown
Because words of sword are always painful
And rejection is always sorrowful.
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~ G-SHARP SOPRANO ~
18 February 2010
What is happening all around?
Nothing seems well and sound,
Anarchy, fraud witness and found,
All taking we to down ward bound,
Abandoned to sadistic streets,
A school room of sullen tears,
A little girl lost beneath
A blanket of rejection and fears
I met him on a summer's day,
Lights sparkled in his eyes,
I felt that love had come my way,
I never once thought that he'd betray
Well there she was, the girl I loved,
With no one at her side.
She smiled and waived as I approached,
In shock, I then replied.
Don't be afraid to turn me down.
It never has been free.
And I'm prepared to pay the price,
The cost of loving thee.
I’ve known reception
I’ve seen rejection
I’ve known how life gets reduced to a memory
YOUR eyen two wol slee me sodenly,
I may the beaute of hem not sustene,
My poetry is a mystery to me also
I don't know how I write
I feel it isn't any good
That I could make a living
(For unborn brothers and sisters)
And, the wind has brought
Yet another grievous thought,
Rejection is pain
pure and simple
impure and complicated
The first time I drank gin
I thought it must be hair tonic.
My brother swiped the bottle
from a guy whose father owned
and I am tired of rejection
tired tired tired
Passion and rejection
Are not aliens
They are not strangers
Rather very much familiar
A sense of reflection, a sense of hope. Tomorrow will bring a flower or it will bring a stone. Preaching the sky, painting a rainbow, together is freedom, together is freedom, whatever it takes, whatever it lacks, heaven, it will be. Cross the water, cross the water, pass the river, pass the river. A sense of rejection, a sense of replenishing, a sense of renew. May the wisdom be with you.
Rejection is fate essence
Rejection discreetly alludes animosity
I am not yellow audacity
Rejoice in your rejection.
Don't feel left out.
When one door shuts, another one will open.
Don't get angry because they don't call you.
If rejection comes
from a parent,
then the sense
of rejection is
Love lies broken hearted
Romance is dead
For he had argued with love
Then put the gun to his head
The sad pain of rejection
Goes through all our life
In so many ways
In so many things
101. Rejection should not cause dejection as sometimes rejection is causeless too
102. A promised promise helps the promised person feel a promising support
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