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I wrote the poem for my boyfriend. It seems that being apart from the one you love is heart-breaking no matter when it is. I guess it's like missing the most important part of myself when the one I love is away from me.

Night And Day

The wind blows
And turns day to night
The night that reaches inside me and rips out my soul
The night where my dreams dwell
The night where my tears fall,
Where my heart breaks...for him

Darkness reminds me of loneliness
An empty piece of me
The scorching desire in my heart
Darkness fills my mind with him
The one who controls my world
The one who left me in this darkness

The day stole away my future
The day took my worth from me
These days drain the blood which flows for him
Oh, these lonely days

Night and Day entwined steal the bonds -
Which will save them?

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