Unrequited - Poem by Rebecca Randle
If tomorrow was a feeling
And love- a sight to see,
I'd feel eternity's embrace
Every time you looked at me.
But if indifference was an ocean
And I, a little stone
You'd toss me to the angry waves
And let me drown alone.
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