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This poem is about a love I'd had for 8 months when it suddenly ended. I wrote this after he unexpectedly showed up at my house to talk things over. The talk didn't turn out like either of us thought it would. But at least I finally realized one thing I had been missing - the fact that he never really understood me at all.
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The Dream Of Lost Love
|by Tabetha Charest
The dream begins as you open the door,
the wonderful feeling too strong to ignore.
Do you remember? Are you feeling it too?
Are you also wondering what to do?
Not knowing what to say,
please speak first, I pray.
Remembering all the promises and lies,
remembering the hurt that never dies.
The words that I dare not utter are flooding me,
the real you is the you that I never did see.
You swore to me you would never let go,
how the hell was I supposed to know?
Nothing you said was ever true,
you still don't realize you make me so blue.
How hurtful it is to finally see,
that even now you don't understand me.
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