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Max Chui


Sad


I feel sad because of loneliness
I feel sad because of the ignoreness of my life
I feel sad because of the idiotness of people

Sometimes, what I want from you is just a simple word - Hey
Sometimes, what I want from you is just a simple smile
Sometimes, what I want from you is just a simple word - Bye

Sometimes what I want from you is just a hug
A hug that removes my loneliness
A hug that removes my sadness
A hug that will make me smile

Why not?

Submitted: Monday, June 16, 2014
Edited: Monday, June 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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I feel sad... And all of my friends just ignore my existence.

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