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In preparation for a poetry writing class at college, I've been writing a bit of poetry lately. Please, let me know what you think - please be tough and help me!
There's a lot to say since we last talked;
Time has passed; people have changed.
And still relationship is the same.
She's married; she's in love;
“I met this guy two days ago.”
It all sounds nice;
A bit made up.
Stop now; this is my what:
Bring on the Fall.
Give me a little more time;
I need to grow into this.
Easy took leave;
Hard said hello.
I'm the lake at river's end:
All I do now is stagnant.
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