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This poem is about a guy I was with for 4 years. And even though he is gone, my confusion isn't

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Nadia
This was a good poem. It had a special meaning for me because I can relate to the confusion after having a long relationship. good job!

Lost

So she sits and thinks
Of who she wants to be
What's inside of her
She can't even see.

Her life so perfect
Has always been her dream -
Something to never happen,
Or at least it seems.

If only she could have
Just that one special chance
To fall in love again
With just one glance.

The hurt, the pain
Has dulled her light
Cause the love of her life
Didn't treat her right.

Why did he always make her cry
Why couldn't he even try
Why couldn't he tell her why
So many times, He said Goodbye

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