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The Dilemma of Love
I am tired of this constant guessing game
Showering affection and sometimes excuses lame
He loves me or he loves me not
A continuous battle in my mind is being fought.
Best of friends and then strangers again
Spurning my advances, you make me feel so vain
And as I disappointingly retreat in my shell
You flash your charming smile and cast a spell.
So much is conveyed through your flirtatious gaze
And yet the sudden silence mystifies the maze
Deciphering your feelings, my mind reels in confusion
Can’t you see the agony in my situation?
Going with the flow, having no expectation
Still I’m falling prey to this fatal attraction
Reveling in joy or picking pieces of my heart
I’m willing to walk this double-edged sword.
“She looked like the kind of woman I could fall in love with. Trouble is, she was standing next to the kind of woman I’d like to make love to. ”— Jarod Kintz
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