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Kacie Rahm

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Agression, Depression, Happiness
by Kacie Rahm

Saturday, September 21, 2002

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Agression-
The fight begins,
Screaming, accusations, nobody wins.
Too much anger in one place,
Everyone in eachother's face.

Depression-
Everybody cries,
You gain sympathy as tears fill your eyes,
You notice you are not the only one upset,
The person you fought with cries, you forgive and forget.

Happiness-
You're best friends again
Laughing about how stupid holding a grudge would have been.
Walking and talking trusting one another,
The cycle will start over when you backstab eachother.




My friends always confuse guys. They just can't understand that sum1 can fight one second and then be crying the next, and then be best friends. I kinda dont get it ether.


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/11/2009
I can relate. Thank you for sharing, Kacie. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by leti 3/5/2003
for one-i don't really like to cry. partly because at my house i'm not really allowed to cry (dad) and partly because i know things will get better. They always do. no matter what the problem is... I know you hate me for it but "i laugh because i must not cry"-Abe Lincoln. But sometimes i do feel like i'm gonna explode....
Reviewed by Tulula Tadswickle (Reader) 11/21/2002
I know how that is! though it was in second grade my friends would just swich attitudes and it got really annoying!
Reviewed by alyson L (Reader) 9/21/2002
so true .....happens here all the time too I couldn't have said it better myself good write
Reviewed by Avatar 319 9/21/2002
Isn't it great when friends fight & make up only 2 laugh of the incident, but, the mood is of the emotions.
Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader) 9/21/2002
It's an endless cycle--but isn't it beautiful? :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/21/2002
i hate it when people change moods so fast...very annoying, that!! good write!! love, your friend, karen lynn. ((HUGS))
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