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An early ending
by Ryan Patrick

Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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this is somthing i wrote after getting fired from my job and i didn't know where i was going in life and i was thinking about joining the service but this poem stopped me

An explosion of undefined emotion
Erupts upon this page with an endless amount rage
Lost in confusion and a reality of allusion
A young mind
A young man
In a large world with no where to stand
His tunnel vision will soon lead him to Iraq or Pakistan

Who does he fight for?
What does he write for?
Getting fired
This hate
With no one to relate
To stop him, itís to late
A violent destiny an early fate
The sooner the better he can not wait

Everything happens for a reason
He is the only one no one believes in
Unhappy and selfish nothing can please him
Stop him or relieve him
From his fragile past
And a future of glass

He is shattered
And madder than ever before
He does not laugh or smile any more
And now heís knock knockín on the devils door

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Reviewed by Heidi Macomber 2/26/2008
Intense with a quick pace. So vivid and clear. I am glad you got it out of your system. Arent' intense emotions grand for writing? Nice job.
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