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"no thanks"

You came through with your words,
I am with you my son I am in your heart.
You sent me an angel to comfort my naivety.
Nothing could prepare me for this unforgotten word.
My heart has been broken every single day and still I say where are you?
Your as superficial as the words they say.
Cling onto me as I don't thank you for this f***ed up world given by you.
What is the reason for all this strife and indecent suffering?
By the ignorant unwilling masses who accept this by you.
Who look the other way at any slight chance of confrontation.
Here I am again to through the clock at you.
This is my sermon for I have become one for you.
As I lay down my demons, they have been done to you.
For you are that which is in my heart.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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Steven was adopted, his biological father was an English professor who had an affair with a student. Writing poetry is an outlet for his expression of love. A hopeless romantic in search of his soul mate. (it changes from now and then) He hopes to capture the girl of his dreams through poetry. Visit my blog at http://thedailypoetrss.blogspot.com/ for the latest up to date poems. more…

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