Broken heart emo
We've tried so hard to understand, but we can't.
There is nothing else left in our hand!
We werent meant to be
I tried my hard to be together
But it looks like you dont have anymore feelings for me
I never wanted this to happen
But it looks like there is no other way! !
Our paths are different
And they can never meet again
One thing i would like to say
I loved u....
And can never love again
You meant everything to me..
But looks like you just played with my emotions
Looks like its time to say good bye
Take care my love..
Maybe its the last time we meet
But one thing is for sure
I will always remember you
Time will pass...
Just remembering the little moments we shared together...
And smiling on the funny little jokes we had...
Hoping one day you will realize how much i loved u
And wish u would come back to me! !
My heart will always beat for u
And you will be always and forever in my heart
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