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Assembling Guide for Love.

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Leanne <3
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0 posted 11-21-2009 01:51 AM       View Profile for Leanne <3   Email Leanne <3   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Leanne <3

Basically this is pretty self explanatory but im not too sure about the title, if you have any suggestions, please share  

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Step one they say
Is the easiest of all
Just put some wood dowels
In pieces 1,3 and 4

Now yes that would be simple
And rather quick to do
if I had some idea at all
of where I was to glue

Step 2 is done all the way to 5
But then there came step 6
Something about a cam bolt
Got me in quite a fix

You come to my rescue
Tell me to hammer here
And use flat top screws there
But itís still not all that clear

All the way to step 16
And Iím convinced Iím going alright
Youíre saying Iím doing it wrong
But Iím too stubborn to say youíre right.

And as I continue on my way
Secretly wondering what on earth to do
I can see you getting frustrated
As I fumble with yet another screw.

Youíre frustration turns to laughter
As my attempts continue to fail
Too many weird shaped things
And somehow I only have one nail

I finally let you help
Once step 22 becomes a pain
Boy I thought step one was hard
But 23 just put me to shame

I sit and read you the directions
As you fix the shelves above
And weíre arguing over step 25
But all the while,

Weíre falling in love.


Inside this exterior, over which the eye might have roved there was the record of a pulsing life, which had learnt too well for its years Ė Thomas Har
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I love the playful tone.



Nice read.

'I feel like an animal, and I don't think that I get it. But one day I'll see you around.'

 
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