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This is my Cliche'



This is my Cliche'
By Mr.Tibbs on 12/04/2012
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They say roses are red,
and violets are blue.
This cliche''s not dead
if it''s about you.

Recycled rhymes,
that are stale with time.
They''re never old,
if they''re yours and mine.
Shared like fruit.
Fresh off the vine.
A first kiss in the rain,
love''s our life line.

Soft skin that breathes,
feels light as a feather.
Everyday with you,
makes living so much better.
Your beauty''s amazing.
Your love''s breath taking.

Your steps grace my path.
So I''m a live man walking.
You''re what I speak of,
So I keep on talking.
A hug, a hold,
that your love controls.
My heart''s betrothed.
My aura, you stole.
My dreams are you.
My nightmares too.
My poems. My pen.
My desires. My sins.

Call me corny.
Say I''m a whipped.
Think I''m cheesy.
My pride will get ripped.
My cliche'' maybe used,
like a beat up old shoe.
Like a chewed up toy
headed to the trash.
But durable and sturdy.
Forever it will last.

It can rumble.
It can tumble.
It can live through any struggle.
It can stumble,
and get pumbled,
yet it survives lifes jungle.
My cliche''s been hurt.
The mud it was drug through.
But still my cliche'' reads,
To who ever you are, "I love you."

By Mr.Tibbs On 12/4/2012 11:51:58 PM
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