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No Sour Hour



No Sour Hour
By: ForeverSwt727

Whenever I see you I have happy hour
You make me stay sweet and not sour
I did not know you had such power
and you say I am as fragile as a flower

Oh my goodness, why do I fear this?
If I run, what do I miss?
Is this really a heaven bliss?
Or will my heart shatter and I get pissed

Sighing does me nothing
because you make me what to sing,
but is this real or just a fling
and you are just about to spring.

I live my life without fear
yet why do I always think it is lies I hear?
Is there something wrong with my ear
or are you really for this panda bear?

People always say there are so many fish in the sea
Why do I feel like I am scared of you for me?
But I like you and afraid of the fee
emotionally even though you give me glee

*sigh*

Sorry for this brain I cannot control
because it is as cautious as the police patrol
and will arrest your ass if if you are a dirty troll
or am I over thinking this and should just let it roll?

Let me just follow my heart
since you claim I melt yours like art
and that I may break from your cupid dart
but why do I miss you so much when we are apart?

~ !!! Stay with me and I will be forever sweet as you want me to be !!!~

Take care,

ForeverSwt727
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Submitted on March 22, 2010

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AB AAAA CCCB DDDD XEEX FFFF GGGG BBBB F
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,185
Words 262
Stanzas 9
Stanza Lengths 2, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 1

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