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A Foe

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A Foe

A foe, not easy to anticipate                                                      
A foe, with a dishonest deed
A foe, those one's I really hate                                                     
A foe, there not easy to read
A foe, I've met many before                                                                
A foe, they don't really care                                                              
A foe, those one's I'd ignore                                                                    
A foe, have no time to spare
A foe, like a repeat occurrence                                                             
A foe, not the sort to go away                
A foe, no sense of tolerance                                                                 
A foe, who will lead you astray
A foe, I'd just call your enemy
A foe, where are they from
A foe, has no sense of loyalty
A foe, turn your back ,there gone

With this ok some words ive used in other writes
original idea i scraped tried this pattern instead 
the word apitamy i was going to use in soul of the earth
so cool its com into play here like some others some lines were used originaly in my other 
poem called someone same patter just like previous writes thoughts and feelings
sights and sounds  now and then etc ect also inspired by poem i wrote for pd omego
and inspiration from pds poem friendship  also of course composition i missed
not enought space in my head at time written nov/dec 2012,,,,,,,,




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