|Don't Flatter Yourself: Bittersweet Memories (standard:poetry, 303 words)|
|Author: Julia||Added: Jun 29 2011||Views/Reads: 1986/1333||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|I made this poem only using song titles off of my iPod. Enjoy :)|
You, sing this! Together with the sundown when we first met, What about now? Alone with the sunrise...better off this way, backstabber. Stay away from my friends! Blah blah blah, are you blind?! See you in my nightmare: the boy who could fly Breakin' dishes. Close your eyes to see Colorado sunrise coming Alive. Cue the sun... the difference between medicine and poison is in the dose. Don't pick up, don't let me cave in... you're all I have. Don't think I don't think about it. Fast times at Clairemont High? Feels like tonight. Don't worry baby, heregoesnothin. Hey Alli, hit the reset. A hero loses Everyday, he said she said. I'm not popular, I'm in love...here we go again! If I ever see your face again in the end ...it's over. Jane Doe, it was me kicking your crosses down. Sinner...I am, The last thing on your mind. Let the games begin! Negative and violent mythology, I am The arsonist. Bulletproof love; can't stand it. I don't care if you're contagious, I don't care. Papercuts Click here to read the rest of this story (55 more lines)
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