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This poem is about how sometimes when you love someone, you realize that you can never possibly have them, but you never learn to live with the pain of not being loved in return.
I'm 16 years old and live in Australia.
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I'm sitting in my room
there's a mess on the floor
I'm waiting in my gloom
to come rushing in the door.
I'm laying in my room
there's clothes on the bed
I'm lonely in my gloom
that never leaves my head.
You're sitting in my room
you're cluttering my bed
bringing all your hate and doom
as you sit in my head.
You're laying in my room
I'm forced onto the floor
my face shows the gloom
as you walk out of my door.
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