sandy nobody

(midwest, usa)

IT's Over


it's time to say goodby
it's over
it' time to go on your way
it's over

you made it clear to me
it's over
you and i could never be
it's over

i loved you so much
it's over
i loved when we touched
it's over

you moved in with another
it's over
now you have a new lover
it's over

i accept all this and that
it's over
you i do not contact
it's over

i can and have let you go
cause it's over
you have told me so
that it's over

i moved on now
i'm over you
not sure how
but i'm over you

now you call me
i'm over you
me you want to see
i'm over you

now it's me you say you love
i'm over you
please read all the above
IT'S OVER

Submitted: Friday, May 19, 2006

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  • Audrey O'shea (5/19/2006 9:25:00 AM)

    Hey gurlie, your peom 'It's Over' was kick ass! loved it alot! reminds me of a situation i have recently been thru! just wanted to give you a comment!
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