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This is about a special guy who opened my heart to see love, to experience, and to share it. After 2 years of not letting anyone get close to me, somehow, he tore down this wall that had protected me from falling for anyone else. A broken heart is the worst pain a person can experience. He opened my eyes to a new world and because of my foolish actions I lost it all.

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My boyfriend of 2 years and I just broke up and the whole 2 years just seems surreal, thank you for putting it into words.
WOW! thats all i can say

Alone Left Wondering

Alone I stand without,
without you in my arms.

Alone without you
by my side to hold
me when I need to be loved.

Alone in the loneliest
hour of the night
without you to be there for me.

I wonder deep down inside
if you were real.

I wonder deep down inside
if the words you spoke were true.

I wonder deep down inside
if this can ever be again...

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