It's The Truth, I Miss You - Poem by Immatured Lily
All I can ever do
is watch you from afar.
Blurred memories that we shared,
all seems like a lie.
Was it fate that made us apart
Or was it a choice by man.
I can never tell you my thoughts,
those words that i am holding back.
The urge to tell is strong yet distant.
Don't smile, don't laugh,
I won't fall for you anymore.
I hated you, I loved you,
but this urge is still inside.
Eventually the cat is out,
the urge has burst.
When that happens I will tell
you in person that
I miss you.
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