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  77.     

Lost It All

U broke my heart, took my life n I lost it all

Lost it all
Knew there were wolves it was cold n I would fall

Lost it all
Coz I didn't care or even share I wanted to have it all

Lost it all
Weeping eyes, shattered heart n a low wakeup call

Lost it all
Numbed my heart n hit my head against the wall

Lost it all
If going insane will kill the pain then let it bawl

Lost it all
'U saw me cry, n almost die' on the floor, I crawl
I deserve all the pain n to lose it all
Coz u loved me n I loved me for no reason at all
 
Zanjabeel Almahdawi

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  78.     

I've Lost

I've lost,
once and for all
how did I lose, I'm the better person
I waited for you to call
(but I lost)

Even after i confided in you
it wasn't any of my business
(because I lost)

I've lost my senses
my thoughts are full of angst when
you built this wall, put up these fences
(I've lost)

I pray for the day I don't feel you close by
Its something I'll never have and I cry
(I've lost hope)

how can you have self-righteousness
how can you accept that shit
whats worse
theres nothing i can do
(I've lost you)
 
Michael Poston

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  79.     

she masters now the art of losing

at first she lost a coin
then her purse and then her bag and then her blouse
and then her skirt and pants and then it went back to losing her underwears

until she becomes naked

she gets used to losing and when she finally lost herself
she did not complain

she is used to losing she has mastered losing as a form of art itself
she has become an artist and losing has become her main business

now, i have loved her and i am having this problem
of finding her

i guess i must learn too, this art of losing
 
RIC S. BASTASA

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Vayagara helpless

The count lost, you haven’t lost the world.
The volume lost, you haven’t lost the world.
The erection lost, you haven’t still lost it.
Lust for women lost, you have lost the world.
No vayagara can come to your rescue.
05.05.2006
 
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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