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left alone at 3 am over something from the past
by Mia M Nakao

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we argue at 3 am
about something that
doesn't even matter anymore

you know i love you more than
life itself
but its easy for us both if
you just push me away

and all i can think of these days
is how i'm waiting for the summer
where we can spend our time
in the warmth
on the roof
to fake ourselves out
and just be wrapped in each other

these will be the days when
we can easily forget
the things that don't matter anymore

and surely you must know that
what doesn't matter anymore
hurt then
and it hurts now
but i'm willing to forget
if you are

so lets laugh another night
and drink ourselves in love
i've got ten thousand nights left
that won't matter anymore
if you don't let go of yesterday

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Reviewed by Candy T (Reader) 2/9/2004
this reads so easily and is also really profound. love it.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/8/2004
This composition, "left alone at 3 am over something from the past", teaches the art of reconciliation. It flows to forgiveness... It is an act of love.

Keep writing, letting Your feelings out, and keep synchronizing wonders.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Dan Summerfield (Reader) 2/8/2004

Wonderful personal verse here, especially that last stanza. I liked it so much I immediately went to your bio page to find out more about the writer.

Dan S.

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