It's Alright

It's Alright

A Poem by The other Me

It's alright if you didn't get a ticket to heaven too,

I would rip mine into two and go through hell with you


It’s alright if you find obstacles at every opened door,

You’ll realize if what you want is really worth fighting for


It’s alright if you’re turning forty,

Play the wisdom card and be who you are really


It’s alright if you talk to yourself at times,

Just try to avoid the mimes


It’s alright if you had a heartbreak again,

You just have to decide whether they are worth the pain

 

It’s alright if you made yet another mistake,

What you’ll learn from them should be good for your own sake

 

It’s alright if you still haven’t found your soul mate,

I believe till life goes on, it’s never too late

 

It’s alright if you’ve got that incurable disease,

I’ll be at your side until my heartbeats cease

 

It’s alright if you can’t take it no more

I’ll cry with you on the floor

 

It’s alright if after a great night, you wake up, not knowing in which city you are,

Hey, it means you are a superstar   ;)

 

It’s alright if you have to go far away,

Distance makes the heart grow fonder they say


And it’s alright if you will forget me someday,

But in my heart is where forever you’ll stay


© 2009 The other Me



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thanks a lot :D

Posted 7 Years Ago


I love rhyming poems! And yours is REALLY good. So sweet and cute... :)

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Wow! I liked the lines... good one indeed!

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on December 23, 2009
Last Updated on December 28, 2009
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A Poem by The other Me