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Nikita R Restrepo

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Indian Giver
by Nikita R Restrepo

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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 Something is said with such enthusiasm, it's not given another thought

  Hope and excitement gather up through the air, and never was thought wrong

  Kinder kisses shared in glee

 

 "Yes, he'll finally be with me"

 

Though it was just a week 

 Though it was such a small week

 It was a long week for me;

 Nothing showing how beautiful life was, just a weak gray

 

Something is said with monotone words, and wasn't given another thought

 until the heart was shocked;

 hope then vanished, words shot bitter without the sweet, tones got darker in defeat

 

 "Never again will this be"

 

I traded with an Indian Giver,

 the worst of all trades

 the last of all trades

 this hope will never be the same.

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Reviewed by John Domino 7/11/2012
Dear Niki,

Your poem is like good music.
A special and fantastic work of art.

You've have talent!
You've got heart!

Keep on writing!
You are off to a great start!

Love,
Grandpa John
Reviewed by Peter Paton 3/16/2012
Nikita

Life teaches us to be cautious, Cautious with our words,thoughts, feelings, emotions, actions and everything else.

When we give something, we lost part of our self, but gain something in return.

It's trade off, and we gain valuable experience in the transaction for future times and events.

Peter
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/14/2012
Dittos to what Ronald said. I like your style, the almost crudeness (that is good) of the layout helps to give the poem its grit.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/14/2012
Perhaps it is better to give without expecting a return. If this happens more than once, move on. No use getting addicted to the bad behavior.



Ron



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