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In just the 3 months we were together, I thought I was in love. He made me feel special when we were together. But after the first 2 months we started to drift apart. I hardly saw him and we didn't talk. He really didn't make any attempts to try and be with me, so I broke it off.
Even though he treated me wrong, I still and will always love him. It left me with a hole in my heart.
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|by Miss P.
At night I lay and think of you hoping my wishes and dreams come true
At night I wonder can this be the end is this all that's left
At night I wish we could go to the way things were
At night I lay and cry about the things that happened and how it all ended
At night I lay and think of us, I mean you and I
At night I realize there's no more us
At night I dream of us together again
At night I wish for us to be together again
But in the morning I realize it was all
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