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The beginning of the friendship.

The four women, killed a dog.
He had a headphones, and spoke French, with English.
I’ve called him Anger.

Smiled, laughed, and tormented,
Anger stood his point.
As He never left the hopes to
Infuriate the stand-byres.

Yet what is an anger, if not the deepest love.
So I tried, to see him as he is,
and acted like him today.

I smiled to him,
but did not laugh.

I tormented him,
but not with the gestures, or mere words.

Being curious, of course at what will happen.

I stood and watched him lay onto his usual rug.

But nothing had happened, yet
He smiled

That was the keen young man,
I wrote about.

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Structured: Eastern
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I want the raw truth, feel free to knock me on my back
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I'm sorry, but I don't understand your poem. so I cannot properly critique it. sorry... is there any way that you could edit and make it more clear?

always, Cat

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