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How could you say you cannot stand it anymore?
Can’t you see they just wanna pull us apart?
They love to see us hurting each other and like before
From our wounds we pulled out but their poisonous darts
Please try to know I understand the way you feel.
You’ve born so much; you’ve really got a nerve of steel
But now that you know it was all done in ignorance
Condone it all never let them get the upper hand
Standing your ground your ground should be your prime desire
Rumors may reign but then they do expire
You know who you are; your conscience is so clean and clear
So don’t shed no tears on that lousy teddy bear
Now that we see you wanna build a world of your own
Hating yourself and even telling me to leave you alone
I’m still by your side even if you cut me dead
For you need my hand; you don’t need no teddy bear
Could you recall those days in the jungle when we stumbled
In the dark ‘cause we had cobwebs in our eyes
Emerald eyed monsters did sneak up behind us. How they grumbled!
And by dawn we scarcely could hold our pride
I set let’s go, you opted but to stay
Though you did feel like you were on the Milky Way
Don’t nurse those nightmares nor the fact that you are blind
Just close you eyes and take a look through your mind
Written by Divine T Sangbong in 1996
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This peom is about a woman in my life, who is suppose to be there for me but is not.
Dreams, desires, id and ego.
This poem is about our failure to feel fulfilled by our constant consumption of life.
Read it and find out.