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I'm 17 and I live in Wales, and currently I'm sitting my exams. The poem is about a crush I had on a girl that turned into love, and how I dreamt of perfect time with her.
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|by Phillip Landrey
Daylight breaks through equal bliss,
All the reruns consume our history.
Falling from grace,
I hope youíll come sit by me.
All I wish is your hand,
Itís the entrance to your soul.
Each dream I had about you,
Got lost or thrown away;
I canít wait forever,
Canít you kiss me now?
All the poems I wrote,
Died and burned away.
You took another man,
After stealing my heart;
It cracked in two,
One for hate the other for you.
Didnít I wait long enough?
Leaving it for the perfect time.
I canít look at you now,
Wonít you turn away?
Itís lonely where I am now,
But I canít turn away.
I think about you all the time,
Wonít you come listen to me?
Maybe one day Iíll get your kiss,
So Iíll feel your lips,
I wonít let the moment pass me by,
Please stay as the star in my sky;
Each day is lost without you.
Maybe one day itíll turn out my way!
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