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My Dearest daughter Juliet

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Nurse Crachet
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since 09-27-1999
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They know where I am!


0 posted 02-26-2000 07:51 AM       View Profile for Nurse Crachet   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Nurse Crachet

My Dearest Daughter Juliet

So many crooked roads I've been on
so many dead end positions I've failed
so many innocent lives I've ruined
so many powerful castles I've intruded upon
so many lost souls I've led astray
so many perfect men I've let slip away

None of this matters anymore
what matters is you my daughter
so I've left you to your romance
I've done enough harm and embarrassment
for the two of us combined
so please forgive me
my dearest daughter Juliet
for I know not how to love.
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Lady in Red
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since 02-16-2000
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1 posted 02-26-2000 03:35 PM       View Profile for Lady in Red   Email Lady in Red   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Lady in Red's Home Page   View IP for Lady in Red

Mother dear, wicked curse
For years you were the Nurse
Now you leave them, just like that
Throw them away like a worn out hat
Because you could not have it your way
You left for a jump to your Judgement day
I tell you this is not right
Come back here and have your fight
If itís guilt you want for misbehave
No point we can make you our slave
This is the easy way out
Get back over here so we can spout
Our anger right at you
Which was already long overdue
Do you think you have the guts
To stand up against the Stuts ?


 Romeo, Romeo, where fart art thou

 
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