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Many things fix a broken heart.
Moving on is the most important part.
Letting him know you’ve forgotten,
might just make your life as smooth as Egyptian cotton.
Revenge is never an easy way out
He may feel beyond any doubt
that you’re over what happened between you and him.
But that just makes that situation completely grim.
Although you may still love him in the end,
keep in mind he’s currently just a friend.
The kind of friend that backstabs and cheats,
is not a relationship you want to repeat.
Totally erasing him from your life will do.
This will allow you to do whatever you want to.
Be careful who you trust, it’s a nasty world.
Leaving him leaves all kinds of secrets unfurled.
Don’t let him get to you and get a fresh start.
Don’t live your life with a broken heart.