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A poem by me.. :) Trust is a very delicate treasure and you always to slow to see it, til your heart is split open, and too broken to measure, and you realize its something you really needed. Try so hard to get it back but it seems nearly impossible, you know its important and you miss what you had, because without it life is completely intolerable.

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It's actually really good. Well done.
Thanks much :)
wow.......u have TALENT girl!!! your poem is soooo true XD

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YOU ARE REALLY GOOD????:)
The ending is pretty blunt, but it was pretty good.
Thanks :)
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This is a truthful poem :) Great job.
thanks!!
this is a great poem! i'm sure there are a lot of people who can relate to it, good job :)
great job, but there are some grammar errors.
haha ok thanks. :)

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