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Poems; On Marriage Broken Hearts And Freinds

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"QUESTIONS"Are you merely trying to spare my feelings?Was what we shared not wonderful and fun?Do you really want to sever this connection?Is this meeting of souls, over and done?Can this be a cold shoulder I am feeling?Will you be honest and tell me for real?Am I sensing something that is not true?If so, what is going on, tell me the deal?From where comes these moods that you show?Why did you lead me to think I was a friend?Can you no longer be happy with me anymore?Do you truly want our friendship to now end?Why did you cross over that line with me?Was ...view middle of the document...


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