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It's hard to lose love, especially when you know it's because of someone else. This is a poem about someone that I loved and I still do, but lost him to someone else.
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|by Meghan Flood
When I close my eyes at night,
I float back into time,
And I reminisce on the days that you were mine.
I hear your voice,
I see your face,
I feel your touch,
But now, Iím out of place.
You donít want me there
I can see it in your eyes
But youíre nice to me anyway
Covering up your lies.
When you were with me,
Were you thinking of her?
Just praying for the day
You would get back together.
Well, itís over now,
Iíve got to move on,
I just hate picturing my life
With you gone.
Now that we're not friends
My worldís been torn apart.
Iíll never forget the day
You broke my heart.
I start to forget you,
Then I think of you
And Iíll always remember
Because Iíll always love you.
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