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Endure

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Endure

Thinking again I was about this reconciliation
With somebody who I used to love and adore
I thought she was going to be my destination
Venturing into the unknown that was obscure

But what I felt for this girl, this strong sensation
Is the reason why I would always get back for        
Maybe at times was a lack of comunication
But if only in the beging, I'd known the score

There were times I felt it was maybe my limitation
perhaps again It was on my part, feeling insecure
And yet again here we go in that same situation
Always made to feel like the one who's the outlaw

Some could ask what really was my expectation
And just on looking back now Im not quite so sure
Because I mean if there was no real explanation
Then how could what we have had ever endure?

                             endure,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
              a poem inspierd by a friend while in hostal(1999)
                  Also inspierd by a friend from 92/93 Heather
              Not my best effort origianl idea the girl next door
                tHIS BASED LOSLY ON AN EX JUST ANOTHER 
                  INTERPRETASION OF HER ALSO AN EXSTENSION
                       OF DEVIOUS HER NAME   DASJa Vu 
                        BAD CASE OF NOSTALGIA  EXT
                     note this was on soup called obscure
                    but added extra lines tweeked a bit and changed
                      back to original title ,,,ORIGIALY WRITTENSEPT 99                 


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