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The Best Poem in The World



I have written so many poetries that I can't seem to think of any words anymore or any topics where I can symbolize you with. If I can't write by the art of my imagination I guess I will have to write with what I have in the moment. I may not be the best poet neither the best writer, which is why I am still trying to find out on what I am good at doing.

The reason why I write this message is because I want to let you know that right now I wish I could write the best poetry in the world to someone who is more special than the poetry itself and more important than the world. Someone who is worth fighting the ocean tides, and give away everything I have. Someone who is worth giving my soul but not my heart because I want her to reach the deepest part of my life, someone who is worth giving my thoughts and feelings because I know you will always hear me.

Someone who can play with me like if I was their toy but at least I know she will keep me new where ever I go.
Someone who can use me like a sponge but at least I know she with squeeze me when she is done.
Someone who can use me like a pencil but at least I know she will erase everything that is wrong and keep what is helpful.
Someone who can use me like a door when you open it to enter somewhere where you want and close it to kept it safe.
But the best of all someone who can use me like the music where I can bring peace to the open mind and wonderful memories. Where I might bring sorrow as you hear the tones but at least I can assure you it is over, when I can bring tears as you hear the melody but at least I can assure you it is all a part of your memories, where I can remember you all the pain that you went through but at least I can assure you that everything with be ok.
That is why I will ask you: How much would this message worth if I wrote it to you by inks? How much would it worth if I wrote it by the soul? Or how much does it worth if I wrote this message by actions and not by words would this poem be the best one in the world?
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Submitted on August 06, 2014

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