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When I look at you I have nothing but regrets You're someone I loved. You're someone I hurt. I miss the way you laugh I miss your smile But most importantly, I miss you. Our friendship ended because of me I would do anything to get you back. Can you please forgive me? Can we please be friends? I would rather have a friendship Rather than nothing at all I have been scared by the words you've said Every one of my scars has a story But they're all from you I beg of you Please listen to what I have to say Listen to my reason, Before I lose you forever. This poem was written for 2 of my friends of whom i miss very much. I messed up our friendship and i hope they both know that i'm sorry. Miss you...
Thank you, Victor, for the membership. Hi, I couldn't see anywhere to post an intro so I thought I'd do it here with an odd rag bag of pics. I chose the image server because of the large thumbnails and wouldn't invite anyone without a pop-up blocker to click on them - it's not an attempt at spamming, it's just that any decent image server tends to ban me.
Reading about the work of cartoonist Gary Larson and how he works I could not help compare and contrast his modus operandi and my own with respect to writing prose and poetry. Larson draws inspiration from similar sources to my own: interests, experiences and memories. He is sensitive about his readers and whether they understand his work. And so is this the case with me and my literary opus. I have one eye on my readers most of the time, but another on the world and all that is therein. Sometimes I shut one eye and open the other; at other times I open both eyes one, I like to think, to