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What Can't Be Undone

Poem by: Platypus With A Fez

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I'm in one of those moods again.

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Submitted: May 17, 2012

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Submitted: May 17, 2012

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There was a soul,

We were akin and we laughed,

Then one day we met up and he wasn't whole,

But I dismissed it, said it was daft.

 

Slowly dwindling over the edge,

I began to feel this unspoken pledge.

 

One day the words escaped my mouth,

He only stared, his eyes torching my heart,

The emotions bubbling only rose in routh,

Little did I know it was the last time he'd part.

 

The part of the life you shared doesn't ever leave you,

The only problem is accepting the grief and the rue.


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What Can't Be Undone

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I'm in one of those moods again.

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