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A Lover's Dilemma

Poem by: joy Milton

Summary

Sometimes we choose wrong persons even after being warned by others.

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Submitted: April 22, 2007

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Submitted: April 22, 2007

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When you avoid meeting me

Thoughts of wooing you

Keep coming and going

Like ripples in a pond

Have boarded different trains

From slowest to super fast

Followed the words of Greats

“Have big dreams in your life”

Tried to board a new train

You are an electromagnetic train

Even wheels not touching tracks

Friends advised not to go ahead

I was not ready to retreat

Nor ready to accept my defeat

I find myself in snake’s dilemma

What to do with shrew in his mouth


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A Lover's Dilemma

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Genre: Poetry

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Sometimes we choose wrong persons even after being warned by others.

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