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Don’t Fall Back



May The Good outweigh the Bad
May Every smile and laughter and lovely times
Outweigh when you sad or Mad
I’m looking for my future to be with us
So please don’t Fall back
Baby don’t even lean back
See I can’t even risk that
Because losing my peace
Is a set back!
Let me bring that back
I said losing my Joy
No I can’t have that
Why would I interfere with what God had Giving me
I can’t even make sense about that
I said losing my Woman with the anointed hands
Will only bring me heartache and pain in my back
Cause see you take that weight off me
How you keep me calm.
You put that body on me that keeps me warm
You the woman who picks up my slack
So please
Don’t fall back

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Written on December 01, 2022

Submitted by JermaineMahone on December 01, 2022

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABACDDEFDDGEHEIDHJKDLD
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 691
Words 145
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 22

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4 Comments
  • ssong
    Love your ideas of not falling back, just needs a little of polished at the ends would flow much better. Keep it up!
    LikeReplyReport13 days ago
  • leotis_h
    Thank you for sharing! Had my fair share as well. Keep writing and never don't fall back. Keep it moving forward.
    LikeReplyReport1 month ago
  • WhyCantIUseMyOwnName
    Holey moley, a bit of grammar might help. Nice that your gratitude is showing, but polished it is certainly not.
    LikeReplyReport1 month ago
  • teril
    The rhythm and the rhymes of this poem are so well done. This is a prayer that graciously allows us a glimpse of your feelings- thanks.
    LikeReplyReport 12 months ago

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