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About the Poem

I know sometimes in life, you fall in love with the one person you wish to be with forever. But sometimes, emotions flare, and your hopes and dreams come crashing down, just because of spoken words not meant at all.

This poem is about a decision I was given to make. I made it, and now it's up to them to make the final "call."

A Few Visitor Comments

Naz
This is simple and it touches. i have been looking for poems like this. keep writing and expressig, i'll be gladly reading. well done!
khristine
the best!!!
Becca
Great Poem!
Michelle
I loved the poem, emotion went straight to the heart.

You Decide

Out of fury and emotions
I said I'd walk away.
But for once turn around,
I'm here, I'll stay.
I made the call, as you said
I should do.
But now you're not content,
so the decision's on you.

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