You'Re No More Mine - Poem by Besma Jemaa
In the past, I' ve done everything to get you into my world,
Now you're into it but I have nothing as a reward.
The pictures, the souvenirs, the slightest foolishness of love we had, Are still my inspiring treasures that only worth,
They may stay my secret world,
Hunderds and hundreds of years ahead,
As long as you're not the person I longed to have,
Better is this than to forget,
All the precious times we once had.
You, you did so much to me but never forget,
That I'm standing here paying back the dept.
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