Cassandra Jasmine (United States of Awesomeness)
Don't Run Away
A kind, yet depressed man,
So kind, so sincere, and honest.
Such a man deserves happiness,
Yet hollowness and sadness is all that is felt.
Someone who left his life,
Someone who meant so much to him;
Turned away from him and walked away.
Or this is so I interpret.
Changing his name,
Changing his supposed destination,
This may seem deceiving to everyone,
But it won't help you overcome your sadness.
Leave these sad memories behind,
Find someone else, perhaps.
Make each day meaningful;
Enjoy the wonders of this world.
I promise you, you won't be sorry.
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