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A (part eleven)



I really miss having you around
talking about people we dislike, how American is really the lowest place ever
I miss your accent, your witty humour
I miss never being able to properly say good night to you
I just miss you in general
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Submitted by jaxonhurst on November 08, 2022

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Scheme ABBCD
Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 237
Words 48
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 5

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