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About the Poem

This is a poem about how you should get over lost loved ones, even though you think you can't.

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wow that was a great poem,its very sad but very beautiful
wow your poem was GREAT thanks
Wow! i like this poem alot. I totally want to send this to my xbf because he wants to be friends but we just cant.
Beautiful but sad! Very beautiful and very sad. I can relate to these words, which were so perfectly chosen by you. Thanks for such a wonderful poem!

Here & Now

Here & Now
Will we ever be again?
I need you to be there
I need you as my friend

Here & Now
Will you allow me back into your life?
Will you hold me like the old times,
and make everything all right

Here & Now
Will you take me by your side?
Will you never let me go,
and make sure your feelings never hide

Here & Now
Will you make sure I'm with you every single day?
Will you promise me for all time,
'cause I wouldn't want it any other way

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