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About the Poem

This poem is about my relationship with a boyfriend who didnít really care about "us". It shows how I once saw him. And how I can't help but see him now.

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Becky
I LOVE UR POEM KATIE IT TOUCHED ME AND IT MADE ME CRY!
tanya
the poem has good form and good meaning
Lain
I think this is a beutiful poem I can compleatly relate to.
Thea
I love this poem...I know this person so well

Every Time

Every time I see your face
It makes me dream of a beautiful place.

Every time I hear your words
It makes me feel as light as birds.

Every time I see your smile
It makes me stop and think a while.

But every time, it comes to an end,
And you're nothing more than just a friend.

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