destiny

days of wine and roses
and nights of too much sin
you were taking liberties
I took it on the chin
how can I repay you
here’s how I begin
when destiny came calling
I said that you weren’t in

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  1. abikertoo

     /  November 25, 2012

    Sweet revenge at twice the price, lol!!

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    • This was just fun to write. The last two lines are all that was left from a longer poem that didn’t work, but they appealed too much to throw away 😀

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  2. damommza

     /  November 25, 2012

    AH!! Excellent last lines!! Very funny and very clever! Your ending verses always make the poem great!! “Aplolsaws” for this one!

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    • Thank you 😀 As I’ve said before I love these little ones, no room for sesquipedalianism 😆

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      • damommza

         /  November 25, 2012

        “sesquipedalianism”..gives you a most “evil eye” for that one! 😆 😆 Even the dictionary asked who used it!! 😀

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        • …but you’ve got to love that somebody came up with a word like that to describe long winded or multi-syllabic 😆

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