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When we break up with somebody it breaks our hearts. This poem describes my feelings after my best friend broke my heart and never looked back.

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I really like your poem because it's really nice and it's true a whole bunch keep those poems coming mama G
very nice poem

The Ceiling

I sit in my room, gazing at the ceiling.
These days it's an everyday routine, you know.
You took my heart like a thief in the night,
with the element of surprise behind you,
and I thought your love was real,
but it was really a charade,
Just as soon as you gave it to me, it faded away.
The ceiling looks better these days

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