(20) Darling, Please Don'T Stay - Poem by Amanda Lukas
Your face says too many words.
Don't give me that forced smile.
I've seen your attempts to look warm before.
Didn't fool me then,
certainly won't work now.
I know that you're not happy here.
There's no need to sugar-coat.
One request, please?
If I may.
I know that you're unhappy.
Darling, please don't stay.
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