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Bittersweet Lifetime
By rubberducky0804 on 04/03/2008
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great flow! 

Written by rachelle1165  (4/3/2008 9:46:56 PM)


Written by Unknown Member  (4/27/2008 10:16:46 PM)

I like the content... but it gets a little confusing in regards to who is talking, and who is being talked to. Is this about an old married couple?

clear up some of the confusion and this will be awesome!


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Written by rubberducky0804  (5/11/2008 9:59:26 PM)

Thanks for the insight and advice! I guess it does get a little confusing because I was actually aiming for something else...

One of my Ex boyfriends whom I never got a chance to really express how I truly felt about him died young while we were still dating. I felt like I just "waited" and "anticipated" telling him how much I loved him. I guess I just regret not expressing how I really felt, and I was trying to express that you never really know what you've got till it's gone... that all I really had was him and it took losing him for me to fully and completely realize that.

But now that you mention it, an old married couple makes so much more sense lol


Written by em_me  (5/12/2008 1:44:07 PM)

id like to see more lines in this poem, but very good word choices! kepp it up!


Written by isisrising  (5/14/2008 7:15:34 AM)

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