What More Can I Say?
You know I am very happy that the one I once loved the most
Can live without me.
It is really good because I want her to be happy
If staying away from me, gives her happiness, then I am glad.
It makes me feel very sad that she is not with me anymore
However, I do not want to be selfish
Her happiness is more important.
My love story with her has ended
At least, she is happy in her new found world
Nothing is going good for me
Although, love is just not about me
Yes, sometimes I still wish that I had your love
Although, I do know that she does not really need me
She has immense love in her life
To be honest any guy can fall for her
As she is simply beautiful
What more can I say?
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