About the Poem
When I am alone, I can't help thinking about my special friend. He is nice and very thoughtful to me. I love him and know he likes me. But I also know that I am just his special friend. One day, when I was on the train, something in my mind popped. I may have been weary with unrequited love. If, if he says he doesn't like me...... could I forget him ? No, I can't...I want to... but I don't want to...
This is the first time I've submitted a poem. I am Japanese, and it is very difficult for me to write a poem in English. So that I tried to made it simple like the Japanese traditional poems.
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|by May Queen
Please tell me
You do not love me
Please tell me
I am nothing to you
Please, Just one word
To try to forget about you
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