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Lessons Never Learned

written by: Kabrie Waters



I will always build new homes no matter how many have burnt beneath my bare feet.
I will trust, no matter how quickly deceit has spread like cancer throughout my blind faith.
I will never extinguish the excitement that is ignited with every new love even after I
Have lost count of the cold feet I have watched walk away. There are some lessons
The hard way will not teach me because I know, you can not cross a bridge you are too
afraid to build. Against all odds and every piece of unwelcome advice, I pray I will never learn.

Kabrie Waters

Kabrie Waters

My name is Kabrie, I write, and as you can tell I'm horrible at bios.
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