Say Anything


Say Anything

Comtemplating potentially invigorating thoughts
As stressfulmuscles dread losing everything they fought

And every effort comes to question where the hour's been lost

In The growing Pain of the destain that's been tossed

Is it all worth the sorrow?

For a habitual Reaction resulting in pain felt tommorow

Would the logical be to just Say Anything?

When you Lie, We die, I cry
When you sigh we Depart

When your losing double of what you won
Is it really worth the trouble when you're done

When you Say anything to make it better
And those failed attemps become your header

Wouldn't it have been sensible
To say anything when it mattered best

Not say anything to get her back from Failed attempt's

Now say anything before she crumbles
So you never lose someone worth the trouble

Because life without a chance
Is like a ecstacy without a trance

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lovely commented on Say Anything



In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.

Franz Kafka (1883-1924) Czech writer.

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