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Don’t call me a dear
Really I’ve always been a fawn to you
Don’t use the word my world can’t handle it
My lips imply stupid for themselves
What kind of brand name brought on such a mystery?
Can’t keep track of such trivial thoughts
Sometimes encircled, quite honestly not too smart
Designated driver keep me company
Without crashing into a statistic of symphonies and close calls
Finger cramps and quick quips
Fighting with you is my favorite thing to do
Who could trick me into kissing a contradiction?
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 502
Words 89
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 12

Nora Martin

I've been writing poetry since at least the first grade and its one of the few things that I've never changed my mind aboutI'm inspired constantly by song lyrics and life experiencesI love reading poetry that I can relate to that and I hope others can find something they can relate to in my poetry as well.Recently I've found words are the common factor... more…

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