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This poem was written in a very open state of mind I was in and I felt I had to let someone who was maybe going through something similar know they are not alone.
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I want more from this world than heartache and pain,
Always wondering, are my actions in vain.
I need more from you than what you can give,
Lots more love would be a reason to live.
My problems are more than I want to explain,
You will now hear the reason for all my great shame.
I have no friends, but everyone is in my face,
To me I care less but why is it that way?
My family is a mess and that's not all,
My relationship has no increase - just a declining fall.
Now you can see my life is no fun,
Plus no way is it over - it's just begun.
I say I want more than I can receive
My life is now over, I've come to believe.
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