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This poem comes straight from my heart. I met this guy online one night. He just stole my heart right then and there. Until we just stopped talking. When I tried to get a hold of him I found he had changed his Screenname and was gone from my life forever. I am definitely no poet but I needed a way to express my feelings.
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|by Missy Anderson
Staring at a blank screen
waiting for your arrival
but you never come.
How could you leave me like this
alone in a world so cold
You told me you loved me with all your heart
I should have known from the very start
that our love would come to a bitter end.
I will remain waiting for you, though,
staring through my teary eyes
and hoping for an I.M. that will never come
knowing that I am just a figment from your past
and that this is really the end.
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