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Nothing seems to be happening...
but things are changing.
If there ever was a time I needed you...itís now.
Iím at a point where wants and needs are merely tears,
releasing my thoughts that are unclear.

I donít have the strength to decide on my own.
You got reasons...I donít.
Each passing day teaches me a new lesson,
so who do I use them on?

If you canít see the dreams I dream,
do I let them go?
Are you being real with me,
or is this just your one man show?

You get what you ask for...but I believed you to be unclear.
Now Iím giving you what you asked for
and yet youíre tortuously near.

There was a knock on the door and I answered it.
It wasnít you...I guess youíre still hiding.
I kinda like the company and itís got me in the scene of deciding.
Iím confiding in you my deepest love, fears and pain.
Now tell me, what do I do so this doesn't end in vain?



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The following comments are for "WHAT DO I DO?"
by MeghanC

What Do I Do
This pome contains some interesting and obviously heart-felt thoughts.

My favourite lines, those that jumped out and have some immediate relevancy to me personally were:

"If you canít see the dreams I dream,
do I let them go?"

( Posted by: A. Cain [Member] On: August 24, 2005 )





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