I still feel sorry for you; you still feel nothing for me. Isn't that because with us you gave but you rarely received? You were waiting for someone I
could never be. You said, "I'll take your hand and ignore it as long as I can"... You were patient, you were kind; you weren't jealous, I was blind... I
can't walk away until you decide which one of us you want in your life. Like a light you can simply turn off, just tell me I'm the one who lost. I can
take it; I'll fix it right after you break it. I'll walk alone, mostly so that I can grow... I'm still hopeful, I can change; I don't regret our
yesterdays... Close the door as you leave; it's the last thing I need to see.


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    General CommentI think it's about a guy who has stronger feelings for a girl who doesn't feel the same. It kind of reminds me of a story that I'm writing at the moment. It's about a girl who is desperate for her ex-boyfriend back, so she plots against him and pretends to date someone else. Inevitably, he falls in love with her and she can't show her feelings because she's too frightened. I'm not exactly sure what he was thinking when he wrote this, but I understand it enough. Anyone want to explain any further?
    alexuninspiredon March 01, 2009   Link

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