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Author Name: FreeaRomnceHasFallen 0 Comments
Date Added: March 19, 2009 02:03:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Part III: Denial
Bring her to me, I forgive those lies.
Under starlit sky she will apologize.
Later in the evening, we will reminisce.
Laying side by side, we will gently kiss.
Saying how big of a mistake she made.
Hoping I'll forgive the game she played.
I will frame this moment within my head.
hen I'll wake up and face reality instead.

Author's Notes:
An acrostic. If you read back through the other parts, do you see a pattern? The Kubler-Ross stages.
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