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Clearly



Clearly

Obviously!
Certain people, should
not meet.
It's destined to happen, with a curse at the same time.
Certain people can change our lives in a way that is etched deep inside us, and
through that one meeting your forever changed from
being in their presence.
Doomed to be laced in heartbreak or forever embraced.
A curse or blessing.
Lies in the decisions, our souls make.

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Lorianne Dixon
3-22-16
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Submitted on February 21, 2017

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My name is Lori DixonWriting poems, short stories has always been a passion of mine. Writing is my way to deal, understand my own thoughts, feelings.Most of my writing is deep and emotional.Writing my poems is a freedom for me.As I begin to write each word describing my feelings, thoughts, it allows me, a better understanding of myself, I love writing, it's exciting . more…

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