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Like many other people, I fell in love with someone I thought I'd be with for a long time. He hurt me so much, I wanted to die. Then, Josh came along and showed me what it was like to love again. This is a poem saying goodbye.
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|by Malissa Sue Cooper
I look into your eyes, your heart, your soul -
Were you really loving me or lying?
My love goes deeper than I ever imagined it could
or even would.
Love is a part of life, I know.
So is the pain and the sorrow,
along with the smiles, and the joys.
My life will be forever changed
because I loved you.
It seemed as though my world was falling apart,
along with my heart.
No longer will I let your memory hurt me.
I will move on with my life,
no longer letting you be a part of me.
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