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Poem Essay

299 words - 2 pages

This pain is now my torture
and I don't know what to do.
It doesn't seem that long ago
when I felt so close to you.

I don't want you to leave me.
I can’t bear to watch you go.
But if you are not staying
then there are things you need to know.

I miss you when we don't talk
and I think the world of you.
I look up to you and admire your strength
and I ...view middle of the document...

But now I have this heartbreaking feeling,
I can slowly feel us drifting apart.

I don't know what to do to tell you
that I want to make things right.
I just wish we were close again
and know that every things alright.

I can’t help but think you’re hurting
and maybe need some time alone.
But it’s hard to watch you suffer,
I don't want you to be on your own.

I am always going to be here for you
and I hope you know I will always care.
You are the best thing I have had
and you’re the one who was always there.

I hope you can forgive me
for the pain and stress I've put you through.
I'm really really *****
let me make it up to you.

I know that I have let you down
and what I do/say is always wrong.
But I promise now I will be your best
and just for you I will be strong.

Tears are rolling down my face.
The thought of losing you makes me cry.
I just want us to be happy together.
Please, don't say goodbye.
I love you James!

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