A New Beginning

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    A New Beginning

    The tears have stopped streaming down my face.
    The screaming has stopped and laughter did replace.
    The wounds have closed and been stitched up.
    No more times will I say I'm fed up.
    The look on your face says it all.
    You tell me you'll catch me if I fall.
    The things you say to me when I'm sad and alone.
    Even if it happenes to be over the phone.
    The words you say calm me down.
    My fears and sorrows I will drown.
    Life is rough and full of surprises.
    The better you do the more your chance rises.
    Looking back over the years,
    I wonder why I wasted my tears.
    I should have been laughing and having fun.
    I started my race but now I've won.

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    BTurner commented on A New Beginning

    09-07-2009

    i love the poem...life always has a new beginning....check out some of my thoughts.....

    stormimartin commented on A New Beginning

    04-01-2009

    Very cute poem about finding a new love, and being able to start over. Its a freshing feeling when you find someone who can relate to you in everyway! I enjoyed reading this!

    TheAngelOfDeath commented on A New Beginning

    03-05-2009

    i love this poem. except the last line. it shouldnt have ended.:( oh well. it deserves a 10. great poem. Grim

    DeepEclipse commented on A New Beginning

    03-04-2009

    Sounds like you really found someone that turns your life around. We rarely find that in life. Good poem

    Poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.

    Plato (BC 427-BC 347) Greek philosopher.

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