I Don't Wanna Be with You

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I loved you more than I could ever say.
You were the one that I hated to see walk away.
I’ve had to relive it all, frame by frame, and
Everyone you had behind my back, name by name.
If you, at all, wanna be with me,
You need to know this one thing, and it is nothing new,
Of all the ones I could ever pick, I don’t wanna be with you. More
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Jason Wallace is an Indie author from the Midwest, aspiring to bring his works to the masses and through this, bring joy into their lives.
He has been writing for more than 20 years, mostly poetry, but since 2011, he has been writing novels and short stories, in various genres.

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amigojohnny reviewed on July 4, 2015

yeah the feeling is definitely flowing which is very evident. i like it because its very sincere
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Nadd Wellgreen reviewed on July 3, 2015

Read through some of the sample. Kinda like this. The language flows smoothly, speaks with sincerity, and I can follow it. And I wasn't immediately immersed into some sort of subjective imagery to decipher like a Gordian knot.

Although I'm a bigot for the more traditional forms (haven't even managed to get through Whitman's "Leaves Of Grass" yet), the lyrical quality of this was enough to keep my interest.
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