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Author Name: Freepatty 92 0 Comments
Date Added: December 22, 2009 19:12:52 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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I'm at the shallow end of the ocean
There's a wide open water ahead of me
It is filled with sharks who are out there to get me
Waiting for me to stop and sink
However I'll keep on swimming
I will never give up
I'll get to the other end no matter what
When the water turns cold
When the day turns into night
I'll do everything to stay on top
I will get tired
I will stop at times
The sharks will try to bring me down
But I'll hold my head up high
Swim with all my might
Never giving up
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