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This poem was written for someone who treats people badly, who uses them as if they were some toy, or cheap object. It's about the pain and loss of self esteem that goes along with being treated in such a way. It's also about the love that someone can have for another, even when the other doesn't care enough to even try.
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Flavor Of The Day
Here you come,
creeping back in.
Inside your ever-changing tastes,
once again, I'm the flavor of the day.
Are we still the same?
Now I'm burning in vain.
I gave you too many chances,
and you left me standing alone in the rain.
I loved you too much,
and then I learned it wasn't worth the pain
I brought down on myself.
I still love you so very much,
and here I am,
the flavor of the day,
melting alone in the rain.
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