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This poem is about a girl who has went out with a guy and lost him twice but she still loves him.
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I've Lost You Twice
I lie awake at night,
and wonder if you know.
If you knew I loved you,
even though it didn't show.
I lost you once,
and thought I'd never cope.
I wanted to hang myself,
with that tightly entwined rope.
I got you back once,
and prayed to God that it would last.
But it ended in a heartbeat,
It ended way too fast.
I sometimes hold your picture,
and cry myself to sleep.
I think of how I still love you,
and how my love's so deep.
No one understands,
not even my best friend.
That I want to be with you,
Until my life's to end.
I remember that night,
the night that we first met.
I thought to myself,
"This is love, I bet."
If it wasn't for my best friend,
I never would have met you.
Then I did, I got you, and lost you...twice,
so what am I to do?
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