poetry critical

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Random Poem:

Song Of Childhood

When the dream is over
please don't cry
I'm not saying good-bye
we have something good between us
something ...we could never find again,
but the dream is over
here the end of the play
go and find another love
you will be better that way
I'm not talking about leaving you behind
or I ganna find ...someone new
the words can't get out of my mouth,
but you mast know the true...
I don't have the heart-
who can really love you
me life... not the dream
that I can share with you
oh... how long it will take
before you see
that you have spending your life
try to minding the brooking's in me
I'm shadows of man
and I want you; free
don't waste your feelings on me
now why you cry?
you don't know how it feel like
to see a tear in your eyes
if just could know, how much my pain
I thought this heart
would never feel again
I thought that no one can
brake a broking heart
just do what you have to do
go find someone to love,
who can really love you to
just go on your way...
and don't look back at me
just leave, don't worry ...
I will be alright
and trust me you will be fine
you will find ..
all the love that you felt for me
waiting in someone, someplace you will be,
and you will live your life ,happy and free
open your eyes and you will see..
that is you destiny
and if you ...ever heard my name
or glans me ,in the face of your child
you will think of me and smile
remembering the way we used to be
so please go ..
and take with only the good memory
and I will be always thankful
for all the love that you gave for me

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