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The Cold Affect

Updated on August 29, 2014

The lasting impression across your prodigious smile has sunken into depths of my core,

But your mockery is as translucent as your recognizable glower,

Pigmentated with a dark shine on a precarious floor,

Iced over with a bitter taste to make even the sweetest looking candy taste sour,

The stare in your perpetuated eyes are like standing in the most fierce winter,

And yet , you comfortably freeze my hands instead of a warm touch,

How frigid are your endeavors to the kindness , and sinister to the quarry of ducks,

One day your heart will solidify, but you probably won't feel much.

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      Thanks, and you also have a good weekend.

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      The Examiner-1 3 years ago

      You are welcome. Have a nice weekend.

      Kevin

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      Along with the wind 3 years ago from colorado

      oh yeah, lol. I meant bitter. I corrected it, thanks!

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      The Examiner-1 3 years ago

      That was thought-provoking since I knew not the meaning of some of those words. For instance, did you mean to say, "Iced over with a bitter" instead of 'binner'. If you did, it made more sense when I read it for the second time. I voted it up, shared and pinned it.

      Kevin