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IF EVER YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND

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Below is the poem entitled IF EVER YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND which was written by poet Dalila Agtani. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

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IF EVER YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND


Tell me dear, gently And please possibly Truly and fastly Mind and heart concurly Must make-up not routinely. If ever you change Tour mind and heart must dictate Not the cudgel of someone But if that’s the case To respect it shall commence. Perhaps loving me I finally realize Your vow is just a piece And never come true And be ever a ploy as false. Just like the past Nothing to hope than accept For what you did maybe just For I am you dealt The consequence is potent. To live by it is like a ghost That horrify and haunt Tomorrow is now the past But let it be my guide to shoot A waking star and again start. If I ever to compensate All your deeds I received Definitely, I may not be able Forever I’ll be indebted And can repay when there’s miracle.
composed by WGSD to DGA

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  1. Date: 3/17/2013 6:08:00 PM
    Tomorrow is the past" such an enigmatic statement full of mystery and promise. It's been said that those who don't heed the past will repeat it in the future. We wait for that miracle! Love, Elizabeth

    Agtani Avatar Dalila Agtani
    Date: 3/18/2013 3:13:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Thank you Elizabeth for your comment. I am adjusting to a new lifestyle dictated by a heart's desire. I hope to write again...just going to a different direction and my concentration is so much distracted... My princesses (my granddaughters) told me: "there is no miracle, we make our own miracle" Dalila