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This poem is about how I let someone I love go, I had my reasons but now they seem unimportant.
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I Can't Believe
|by Karly Mains
I can't believe I let him go,
I never had anyone love me so.
He made me laugh,
He made me cry,
I wish I could explain the reasons why.
He filled my life with love every day,
I wish I never sent him away,
He gave me so much in every way,
It didn't matter, night or day.
Nothing was ever too much trouble,
Why did I have to burst the bubble?
I wish I could turn back the clock,
And be as we were before,
But I was scared, so I just shut the door.
I hope you learn from reading this,
Not to give him one last kiss,
Don't send him on his way,
I know you will regret it the next day.
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