Black Poetry : ride the waves

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  1. asimplepoet

    asimplepoet Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I used to have rainbow and unicorn dreams
    But somewhere along the way i lost the fantasy
    Had to wakeup and put away fairytale endings
    Yet i am loving you with all i got in this hour
    Caprie diem and seizing every little moment
    Forever would be nice but it's not a necessity

    No time for the happily ever after rhyme
    For deceiving oneself ought to be a crime.
    Why get caught up in how to make it last.
    Let let's just take time to have a blast

    Don't have to say it, don't promise you'll stay.
    Don't say forever 'cause forever can wait.
    Don't have to give more than your heart's gonna take.
    Don't worry about tomorrow Just love me today

    You know in love that there is no guarantee.
    No one knows how tomorrow's weather will be.
    Living day by day like we've never donr before.
    Let's enjoy the moment, I won't ask for more.

    So much sweeter to take it nice and slow
    Right here, right now, is all I need to know.
    Let's not jump to the end before we start.
    Let's just ride the waves till we grow apart.
     
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    candeesweet Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yes U always testing the truth!
    Metaphorically speakin'. Great words!
     
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    TotalView Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Very nice, Sister Poet Asimplepoet!
     
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