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An empty fight



An empty fight
By Stephen on 04/13/2011
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An empty fight
One worth losing
Sometimes these fights seems
So childish but yet amusing.
I initiate it, but I always end up losing.
Faces are frown, while lips are curving
My night feels tattered, because bad words
Were uttered.
An empty fight
One worth losing
Not physical bind
But in court these words could get us fine,
Because sometimes they can injure ones mind
An empty fight
One worth losing
Not physical bind
But words can be so abusing
Its not that I meant too
But couple sometimes as too.
It’s the nature of men’s imperfection
But with u lies all of my absolutions.
Why was this fuss? I forgot when I tasted your lips,
And the arguments as fade like a twirling dust.
When you’re not around, loneliness phones
And taunt this boy’s world.
But five minutes in your arrival
My assuming irritable annoyance resurrect your
Seething misjudgments. Sorry is what I quote
And then I wrap u up in my arms
Because you’re my personal coat.
Making up is the best part of these fights
Because we always end up endeavoring countless holds
With kisses that we each stole
An empty fight
One worth losing
Sometimes these fights seems
So childish but yet amusing.


© By Stephen On 4/13/2011 12:51:39 PM
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