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I'm 14 and in love. I wrote this poem for a friend but realized how much of what I had said was about how I felt for the same guy as her.
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|by Erin Young
A heart is not a play thing
A heart is not a toy
But if you want it broken,
Just give it to a boy.
Boys never give their hearts
They play you for a fool
They wait until you give your heart
And then they play it cool
You think that when he whispers
That special someone is you
In his heart he means it
And every word is true
But you had better think
Don't believe his words just yet
For if you do my dearest
Heartbreaks all you'll get.
Don't ever fall in love my friend
You see it doesn't pay
Love it causes broken hearts
It happens every day
Love is beautiful, but it can hurt, it's true.
You'll think you're dying before its through
I can tell you all of this I know
Because I fell for the same guy as you!
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