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This is a poem I wrote when all I kept hearing was to take it day by day, be patient. And I couldn't take it anymore. I wanted to be ok now.

Day By Day

Day by day
Is it really so hard?

Day by day
Maybe they're right?

Day by day
What to do?

Day by day
Can this be true?

Day by day
Is time the best healer of all?

Day by day
Who keeps a broken heart's score?

Day by day
Can I go on?

Day by day
Maybe I should at least try?

Day by day
They always say
There's nothing more to do
You have take life and trouble
Day by Day
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6 Visitor Comments

Michelle
This poem really tuch me beauce i have a really hard life with everthing there is to think of and my best friend was helping me out and said take it "day by day" and than i seen this poem and it just showed me what i should do, it might sound weird but you poem really tuched me its one of the best out there!(L)
vanessa
i liked it it moved me.
Lady
I like this poem very much it realy touch my heart
ann
i like it because i am not that patient. good poem
vikki
I really like this poem alot it sounds like the one i wrote but a little different cuz mine is to deal with my parnets braking apart and one is leaving me .
Veronica
I like the poems Nat i am only sending one email though.

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