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Silent Pride

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deannamarie
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0 posted 07-28-99 10:44 AM       View Profile for deannamarie   Email deannamarie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for deannamarie

My pride stands in the way of my love for you
I'm so sorry I lied, I thought it was the truth
Since the day I realized my true feelings for you
I've stood here silently not knowing what to do

I know it's my fault, I made you wait to long
Will you ever forgive me, I know I did you wrong
I watch you live your life silent in my pride
all the while wishing I was standing by your side

I dare not come near you, the pain's too easy to see
I have to wait for you to come back to me
Should I ever cross your mind and walk your heart again
Please let me know, I'll be waiting until then

These things you'll never know, I'm too stubborn to let you see
Too proud to let you know what you mean to me
No one can hear me, no one knows I lied
No one understands 'cause I'm silent in my pride

Deanna


[This message has been edited by deannamarie (edited 07-28-99).]

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Delores Hall
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1 posted 07-28-99 11:12 AM       View Profile for Delores Hall   Email Delores Hall   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Delores Hall

Oh what tangled web we weave when we
practice to decieve.Just kidding.I like this.
Happy writing.
tori
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2 posted 07-28-99 11:54 AM       View Profile for tori   Email tori   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit tori's Home Page   View IP for tori

Very good work here!

Pride can be a wonderful thing, yet when it comes to love sometimes the loss out weighs the conviction as all fall's true with words from one of the masters:

They who go
Feel not the pain of parting: It is they
Who stay behind that suffer
Henery W, Longfellow
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If with pen in hand I've made you think
I've not wasted one drop of ink
vlh.
deannamarie
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3 posted 07-28-99 12:07 PM       View Profile for deannamarie   Email deannamarie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for deannamarie

Thank you both
deannamarie
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4 posted 07-29-99 08:46 AM       View Profile for deannamarie   Email deannamarie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for deannamarie

I put it back on top so new people see this. Thanks for all your comments on all my poems.

Deanna
WhtDove
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5 posted 07-29-99 01:20 PM       View Profile for WhtDove   Email WhtDove   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit WhtDove's Home Page   View IP for WhtDove

Very nice poem! You right very well! Be proud.
 
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