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It Hurts No More
by John Glenn Doromal
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  Teary eyes,
On rainy nights,
Weak stimulus but still fights,
Reminiscing the flame of love
we failed to endure...
I can still feel the pain left uncured.

I know I'm not the best,
And I know I'm not the least.
I may not be the cutest,
And I definitely know am not the ugliest.

Billions of people surrounded the planet.
And yet nothing compares...
No one can ever be you.
Because, there is none like you.

I will embrace this pain
That flows into my vein.
Tears shower like it rains,
Depression strikes like lightning.
And the insanity begins.

I learn to accept it,
I refrain from fighting it,
Fake smiles got me exhausted.
Crying is just for a kid.

And now am starting to
Carry on,
Moving on,
Hanging on
And seek another one to hold on.

I feel the pain and now, it hurts no more.
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March 16 ,2008
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