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Sun, 07/19/2015 - 13:16 -- Seana31

With the first turn I am reborn

 

Into a carrier of wars never-ending as I sit

And rock-a-bye to the things I’ve carried

In my o’ mind—

 

Now I see clearly the barren fields of the west

Tom and I continue to eat spoiled grapes

If I squint my sweaty eyes I can see—

 

A catch! But no one’s around,

Ah who cares? Where’s my bread?

A phony will always do ya wrong—

 

A girl that never wears red

And mayhew in her heart.

I’ve fallen! And it is now dark—

 

A clue, Nancy! What’s new?

I’ve only come close to the truth

And if I carefully lift the—

 

You might presume

The stories I’ve told where only to bemuse,

But on the contrary,

I’m constantly learning,

The most about myself and you. 

This poem is about: 
Me

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