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What can you do when a stranger enters and happiness is threatened?

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Adreina
OMi gosh. i can relate so much. My ex left me for some girl because he started to like her,when we had been together for a long time. He ruined everything. IM sorry it happened to you too. Its not a good feeling.
Marion
So sweet, so heart touching! Thanks for writing something that beautiful!
CHERYL
THIS POEM REALLY HIT MY HEART! I COULDN'T HAVE FOUND ANOTHER POEM TO EXPRESS MY FEELINGS, IF I HAD WRITTEN IT MYSELF! BEAUTIFUL JOB!!

Your Heartgate

I cannot begin to tell you
How hurt and betrayed I feel.
All this must be a dream -
It's too painful to be real.

Who opened up your heartgate
And let this stranger in?
I never saw this coming
How did this all begin?

Can't you make those feelings
Go back out the way they came?
Send them back thru your heartgate
Before they cause more pain.

Then we can go back
To the way we were before
Pretend it was a bad dream
And stay together forever more.

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