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DIPTI DHAKUL Jun 2020
It asks the soul to stand in despise

It takes crumbs of life

which no knee can explore

as show is not the show of ego

but becomes pictorial view of pain

impossible of any gain.

They did not finish

They could not fix the lives.
They couldn’t finish, They couldn’t fix the year
Elizabeth P Jul 2014
Yes, I've gambled with the heart
I've betted, cheated, lost and won
More than I can count
Yes, I've gambled with the heart

Dangerous business
Gamblin' with somethin'
so delicate
but my wins out-weigh
my losses
And I say "Hey, that's good enough."

And I know I've hurt some people
And I know I've hurt some hearts
Almost like gamblin' with a loaded gun
But that's just all the rage these days
Gamblin' with the heart

Dangerous business
Gamblin' with somethin'
so delicate
but my wins out-weigh
my losses
And I say "Hey, that's good enough."

And i got to say
to all my victims
I regret to say
I'm gettin' better at gamblin'
Everyday with hearts

And you really hope
They just don't go
And break
Note to Readers: This is just a random song I came up with from the top of my head. It does not reflect any feeling of mine to manipulate people, although all of us do it unintentionally. This is just what I imagine what one of those heartless guys that drop girls like rain in the Amazon, and leave 'em hanging like an orangutan on a tree branch, might think to himself.
Another quick note, amazing, handsome/beautiful readers: This part about guys that drop gals doesn't refer to any specific person. I don't mean to offend or anger anyone.

Thanks for readin' all that.
Love y'all :)
Elizabeth

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