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Rated: E · Short Story · Drama · #2244361
Tick tock...tick tock... How I wish I could control this clock
The Pain Of Leaving Someone You Love.
Being left by our love is painful, but what is more painful? Leaving your love knowingly and seeing him fight for you. That's the most painful. *Sob* *Sob*
Years fly, friends die and you never know when you'll say your last goodbye. Nobody knows it's empty, the smile that I wear.
The real one is left behind in the past because I left you there. If you want to really be romantic take the time to find out what is special and meaningful to yourself. That gesture will be worth more than the biggest chocolate heart.

Memories that feel as if they occurred yesterday turn to flashes of moments that seem to fade away. *Meh*
No Stories yet, You can be the first! Love is a multifaceted thing. No matter what or how long love lasts, love will always be a treasured part of our future and past. Love helps to shape who you become. Love changes everything the moment that it's begun.
Nobody knows I need you. They think I can do it on my own, but they don't know I am crying When I am all alone. The times you once shared exist as if you were never there.

Tonight I can write the saddest lines.If I were an Artist, I'd paint pictures of you.
If I were a Singer, I would sing you a song, If I were a Dancer, I'd dance all through the night,
If I were a Chef, I'd prepare a tasty meal.
What's Next?
I love you so much, Yet I push you to the point of breaking. I Am Not Old, my bones don't creak; my shoes are new. My memory is sharp. Oh, do I know you?

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