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Original Writing Poetry Heartache My life was happy with no pain at all,Not having any worries of the darkness that crawlsBeneath my shadow and dark secrets to come

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Heartache My life was happy with no pain at all, Not having any worries of the darkness that crawls Beneath my shadow and dark secrets to come Is the cause of my feelings becoming so numb Then something had to destroy my happiness Now feeling so empty and ...read more.

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have left to go Wondering when all this stress will decrease So I can once again live my life at ease Bur right now my emotions are swollen As though as each part of my heart has been stolen Thrown away to the gates of hell Where feelings of ...read more.

Conclusion

to live in bitterness and sorrow But life goes on and so will u Having no need for me to cry Ill get on with my life and not be stuck in the past Because life is short and I want to make It last. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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