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Blinded by the flowers in the bouquet,
the frown turns into a smile on her face.
He then tells her he was to move away.
He was too special to have to erase.
As her love walked away, she became pale.
Her dreams of serenity were shattered
the thought of calamity made her frail.
But time revealed he no longer mattered.
No longer did her cheeks blush at his thought,
she was now on her own and free to live.
This newfound bliss of freedom had soon brought,
brought her the ability to forgive.
At last she learns to mend a broken heart,
since she knew they were meant to fall apart.