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The mysterious girl

Yesterday I was blond,
Today I’m a redhead,
Tomorrow I will be a brunette,
A different hair colour 
With every sunset.

I talk in riddles,
Make you walk in circles.
I drive a viper,
I’m a dangerous sniper.

I have the looks,
I walk the walk,
Talk the talk.
I’ve got the moves,
Yea baby don’t ya snooze.

Today I’m your best friend,
Tomorrow your worst enemy.
I know what I want
And I always get what I want.

Sometimes I play a game,
Sometimes I’m drop dead serious,
Sometimes you know what I think,
Sometimes I’m a complete mystery.

Still don’t know me?
Then you don’t know yourself.
I’m in your dreams
The other you it seems.

I am what you want to be.
I do what you hate to see.
Even though it sounds bad,
I do it all for a good cause.

No one knows on witch side I am,
But yet, I don’t choose sides,
For a story has two sides, I 
Listen and look into both.

Tonight is just another night
With no different tale.
You seem to be a bit pale,
Don’t worry don’t be afraid.

When bad things happen,
When every one is so sad,
I’m always waiting,
Waiting to save another day.

I destroy all bad things, 
I listen to sad people,
I give advise, get rid of evil
And try not to get 

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  1. Date: 8/30/2011 7:55:00 AM
    So much emotion flowing in the poetry I am reading this morning of both seasoned poets and new poets. I am happy I was able to read your poetry today Tanya. Have a wonderful day and I will be back soon to read more of your writing. Love, Carol

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    Date: 8/30/2011 9:31:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Thanx carol