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This poem is about a relationship that started out as friendship and ended up in love. Plans were being made to move away and start over, but he got scared and ended it all.
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Only in my dreams you could stay
Only in my dreams we could love
I wanted love you gave me dreams
I wanted love you gave me hope
I gave you my heart you gave me promises
I gave you love you gave me lies
I gave you love you gave me tears
I gave you love you gave me fear
I gave you love you gave me hurt
I gave it all to you and only ask just to be with you
My heart betrayed me and took flight
Oh how you hurt me that dark Tuesday night
The nights of planning for a new life
Only in my dreams would that life come true
Only in my dreams would I live a life with you
Its true there's a thin line between love and hate
I should have known only in my dreams
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