Love Over Loss

Love Over Loss short poem

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As dark as the night
he chases his prey
lika an animal who fights
he lies, he betrays

One after the next
picking and choosing
no fears, no regrets
a life worth losing

One choice is to lose
another is to change
its his chance to choose
to no longer be the same

He chooses love over loss
and hope over fear
he has changed his ways
and his mind is clear

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My name is Destiny Helms and I'm a 17 year old girl. I have been writing poetry since the fourth grade. Which is when I first learned about it. I live in Cross city Florida and I love to read and write.
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