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    dots Submission Name: A Triangular Mess & Musingsdots
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    Author: laffeytaffey
    ASL Info:    21/F/IL
    Elite Ratio:    1.77 - 21/15/7
    Words: 137
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsA Triangular Mess & Musingsdots
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    Confused feelings
    Emotions running wild
    Getting caught up
    In it all

    Iíve never been the center
    Of anybodyís world
    I was never
    That lucky of a girl

    But
    Then I met you
    And my heart felt something true
    It was both scary and new

    You made me laugh
    I felt so high
    You made me cry
    Until I had to say goodbye

    And then I met Jay
    Whoís just so great
    But I think
    Heís just a friend
    I feel so bad
    Wanting ďusĒ to end

    Now youíre back in my life
    And itís become so complicated
    I guess itís true
    That I never stopped wanting you

    Iím at a fork in the road
    I suppose
    Which direction should I go?
    Itís a hard decision
    But I think I know




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