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A little to ask.

Ask me about.
Ask me.
Ask again.

I am just a little to late.
Life and the happy end.

Give Up.

I asked You once, I'd love to ask again.
In between the sun and moon.
Stands our chance.

And the truth is. It's never too late

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I am just a little to late.
change the word (to) for (too)

In my view there comes a time when almost everything can be too is called the point of no return.

an interesting poem!
*hugs, Cat

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not normally tell you to leave off the periods at the end of a sentence,
but I feel that the shortness of lines and the confusion of whether to use periods or commas
at the end of a line, makes it unecessary to add them. Why is the word [you] capitalized in the middle of a line?
and the truth is, [comma] it's never too late. ~ Geezer.

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