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A Love So Different

A Love So Different

“You are everything I ever wanted. You are my life. You are my world. All I think about is you. I can’t imagine living without you. I want to spend every moment of my life with you. I care for you. I love you. Will you be mine?”

But when she passes me by, I can’t utter even a sigh. When I see her hold his hand, I just shut my mouth and stand.

When I see her kiss him, My body gets as hot as steam. But when she turns and looks back at me, It really drives me crazy.

One look in her eyes And all my jealousy dies. When she smiles at me, She looks as beautiful as she could be.

I know she’s not made for me. But my love for her will be The same as it has always been. A love so different, this world has ever seen.

Oh, Plato, I hate you so much sometimes!

Italics in prose or poetry is used for internal monologue, something that a character says to himself/herself, something he or she imagines and which doesn’t actually happen. The first stanza is an internal monologue. Last Adventure has a complete scene that never happens. The antagonist imagines it.

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