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This poem is my way of expressing my feelings of losing someone that I care very much about. I hope no one has to feel that hurt, but I also know it is a part of life. I care for this guy very much.
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Falling In And Out Of Love
When I say I love you I do
But this with you will not do
I need someone I can lean on
Someone I can count on too
Yes you are there sometimes
For that I am grateful to you
But I need someone there full time
And that you can not do
You told me once you loved me
That I could believe in you
I was there when you needed someone
Where were you when I needed someone, too?
The time has come for me to let go
Never to expect you to care again
People may come and people may go
But my love will never end
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