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Birthday one of far to many had to come

Birthday two same as one to young to remember any fun

Birthday three and four even same as before

Once again five and six I found no kicks

My special day merely once a year seven to eleven,
preying to goto heaven

Once twelve had came,
I still felt the same nothing new and had the blues

Came the years of teens,
thirteen to nineteen lost my hopes and dreams

Nearing twenty loosing my virginity as I sought death's hand

Serviving beyond the touch of dread,
still I wished to be dead at twenty one

Twenties to thirties I learned that love and life were not of value,
only money and things gave one any knotice

Thirty one I owned a gun,
thinking of my mortality I did consider

Birth til thirty two I was forced to be alone,
during the day of my creation

Continued thru until fourty,
never to be held on on my night or day,
as though I did not matter.

The ones who claimed to love me always away from me,
when they are most needed by me.

Come this fourtith birthday, though I be alone,
I have now found the love of my life to which I will make my wife

Feel I do that from fourty one til death do take me,
she will spend every birthday at my side

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More than seems, less than known...


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