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    dots Submission Name: Thank Youdots
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    Author: LenneMitsuki
    ASL Info:    16, Female, Georgia
    Elite Ratio:    0.48 - 0/0/8
    Words: 131
    Class/Type: Poetry/Friendship
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    dotsThank Youdots
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    I once thought the world had ended.
    My life was flipped upside down
    And my heart had been broken.

    Everything that seemed to be fine
    Was destroyed right before my eyes,
    And tears never stopped flowing.

    Sadness corrupted my soul,
    Leading me down a dark and lonely path
    Where no loved one's voice could reach me.

    Then there was you, my light and hope.
    The one whom I thought of constantly
    And kept me struggling to not give up.

    You are the reason why I made it through
    All the pain and emptiness that came
    With trying to heal a blackened heart.

    Without trying, you've saved me from
    The evil thoughts that could have slaughtered
    Any hopes of happiness that I had left.

    Thank you




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