my feelings

Poem by: princess onika auguste

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a poem about my feelings when it was turning from bad to good.

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Submitted: March 01, 2007

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i know that sometimes in the past i felt like a hurricane

just passing by and causing destruction

but now in the present i feel like a tropical depression

getting ready to calm down

my friends always said that before

i was like a flash of lightening

waiting to strike but now some

say the flash of lightening is no longer there

i know the volcano in me was always ready to erupt before but

now although not yet extinct that volcano is dormant

other friends say that my mood was dark and depressing but now

they say i'm brighter and more uplifting

i know sometimes i was like the thunder ready to threaten everyone

but now i may not be silent like the night

but i know i am not a typhoon

i feel much calmer now


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my feelings

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a poem about my feelings when it was turning from bad to good.

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