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It's over...

Poem by: fortuitous event

Summary

Everything and everyone has a limit
and the world is always moving...
if you don't redeem the time, things won't work the way you like it. They can't wait for you...

Everything would be changing...

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Submitted: June 27, 2009

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Submitted: June 27, 2009

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I thought he’s still waiting,

And here, I’m expecting, a miracle or something.

But he declared: “It’s over!”

And added: “I still love you but I don’t want you anymore.”

And my world began to shatter,

With the words he uttered.

The game’s over,

He can’t wait for me any longer.

There’s no more room for expectations,

I have to get over these lamentations.

I hadn’t even managed to tell him,

The feeling I have been keeping.

“I miss you lots,” a phrase I’d like to say.

But I don’t think that could make him stay.

“It’s over.” just like what he said.


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It's over...

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Genre: Poetry

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Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

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Summary

Everything and everyone has a limit
and the world is always moving...
if you don't redeem the time, things won't work the way you like it. They can't wait for you...

Everything would be changing...

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