Locked Door

Locked Door short poem

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You were my Hopeless Love Story,
You meant the world to me

Now you aren’t here,
Yet you’re so near

Why did you do this,
What was the point?

Is this what you wanted?
Was this your fate?

All along, it was just a game
Every last word, every last day

This isn’t a game of chess,
You can’t move the peices wherever you choose

You can’t hurt everyone else
Because in the end you’ll lose

But wait, for this is the truth
You already lost

You turned into someone I never wanted to know,
Now there’s nowhere for you to go

You got yourself in a tough spot,
Remember when you told me you loved me a lot?

Well I guess lies must be told,
But sometimes lies get old

I guess it doesn’t matter anymore,
Because you’re forever trapped behind a locked door.

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