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This is a sad poem that describes the memories of the good times in a relationship that can never again be...

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I am here crying my eyes out this poem is exactly how i feel this very moment of my life


When we're apart
I feel empty and lost
Like a part of me is missing
Like a strong gust has blown you away
As if a chisel chipped you out

I want to be where you are
As close as I can be to you
Holding your hand as I once did
Running along in the summer

I wish we were still together
"Together forever" you used to say
But it has all changed

No more "I love you's"
Or "Call me later's"
No more "Come on over's"
Or "Let's meet at the movies"

When we were together
We used to have so much fun
But I guess that's over now
Never again
Together forever

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