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I wrote this poem for a girl I was in love with. I was in prison at the time and was missing her.
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Dreams, Wishes, and Tears
|by Sir Shotgun
If dreams were given to a lonely man
and a lonely man's dreams came true,
I'd force myself to sleep all the time
just so I could dream of you
If wishes were given to a lonely man
and I was given just two,
I'd wish for you to always love me
and the other I'd give to you
If my tears could write a love song
I'd write a love song for you,
It would explain just how I feel inside
and how much I love you too
But, dreams are only dreams
and wishes seldom come true,
My tears can't write a love song,
but when they fall, they fall for you
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