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"Insanity"



I feel so hard and in vain
Where should I go?
What will I do?
To let go of this eternal pain.

Insane...
That is how I describe the feeling,
Insane...
This the melody that I sing.

I wanted to give up and cry
But somehow shouted of happiness,
My self is longing to try and try
Even actions and consequences is a mess.

For I love you even you refuse
For I adore you even you don't like
You give me hope and make me burst,
And I have battled this doubtful fight!
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Submitted on January 10, 2013

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I am Roche Pelisan Borres, just came to simple family with complex love and respect. I finished a degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in financial Management on my own strength and knowledge, I was a working student and that's encourage me to fulfill those dreams. I have no hurt feelings to my parents for being a working students because they are very supportive emotionally and mentally. I always want to write every detailed of my life's story and express it through poem and essay, it makes me feel great. I am a friendly but frank person in some sense. I also love to draw and reading different kind of books, especially inspirational books. My poems sometimes reflects my personality and the rest to others; friends,acquaintances, relatives and even to strangers. I have motivated to write poems when my English teachers appreciate and praise my first ever poem composition that was when I was in high school. From then, I had made more poems with varied topics. I write poems when I was in the state of being alone;either am I sad or happy. Is alone means happy? In some way or the other, I feel that way. more…

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