Say Yes

Poem By Natasha Romanova

I can say yes, I can say no
I can move fast or take it slow
I can submerge myself in reason
Or lock myself for life in prison
I can forgive or be forgiven
An even line remains an even
But when the muse returns at last
Unwanted heart will save the chest

Comments about Say Yes

An enjoyable short poem with a lot of intensity. Here's to returning muses. Peace, L&T


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