You



Do you remember that girl? My lover?...
Every now and then she tries...
To contact me and she cries...
But I can't help it and I can't tell her lies...
Relentlessly she tries and tries...
Sadly I know these were once my tries...

To get to you...
even though I always knew...
That'll I'll never have you...
And that made me feel blue...
So hard have I tried to get over you...
And I thankfully I did and I'll always do...
But everytime she texts I end up remembering you...
And what I felt in the past with you...
And I suddenly realise it will always be true...
That I can never ever stop myself from loving you...
I look at the moon and I see you...
And it's getting kind of cliche that I always say that to you...
But I just can't help that too...
And I can't wait to spend time again with you...
Of course I will never speak about my love for you..
But I think that you always knew...
And I confirmed once when I told you...
And you can still see it when I text you...
Or when I write about you...
I recall when I even tried to write a whole book just to mention you...
And to ensure that I declare it like a flier posted using irremovable glue...
And you can easily see how many time I say the word "you"...
Because it has always been you...
And it all revolved around you...

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I know it will never have you

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Submitted by radwanfzr on July 04, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

1:18 min read
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Quick analysis:

Scheme XAAAAA BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,260
Words 254
Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 6, 24

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