Black Poetry : Don't Try

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  1. Lina

    Lina Member MEMBER

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    Don't Try

    I would let you give your love but I am
    too shaky to hold
    and the world is spinning 'round, I think I need to lie down.
    You could try to warm me up but I am
    really much too cold -
    you would melt me if you felt me just
    a puddle in which to drown.

    I would let you hear my voice but is
    it really worth the pain?
    I could say things wrong so easily, I think I'll stay alone.
    Try to tell me otherwise you're
    driving me insane -
    I will never be the me you see,
    there is ugly inside my bones.

    I would come out from my corner but
    I'm too attatched to part.
    I'm a shadow drawn upon the wall, I think it's permanent.
    You could try to take my hand but I
    will never give my heart -
    I have locked it in a box
    within these walls of thick cement.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    well expressed felt all of this for i've been on this road before
    but when true love enter da walls will crumble and da heart will be free
    to accept this new journey .......welcome to the poetic playground
     
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