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Gloomy Sunday ( last call retracted )

I can't help myself;

I can't tell you 

Because I'm

so terribly afraid

that I will impose

upon you the sad

love that you 

may not want

to impose on me

I wish I could call

But I don't want to bother you

I wish you would call me

But you don't even know

I'm still in love with you.

Please tell me if you do. 


  1. Are you sure?

    Are you terribly afraid that you will impose, or are you terribly afraid that you will get everything you want and be disappointed?

    I must admit, I fall into the second category.

    If you're sure, call him, you won't be imposing.

  2. no i am terribly afraid of imposing and afraid that i won't get anything at but a few insults hurled in my general direction.

    I may not be imposing; he may be extraordinarily imposing.

  3. You can call me anytime. I haven't forgotten about you.

  4. I would still recommend calling him. You're stronger than you think. I'm sure you can handle a few insults, even coming from him. Plus, if he really responds so boorishly, you're probably better off without him anyway.

    Either way, at least you can say you tried and move on. Trust me, you won't regret your decision.

    "Nowadays most people die of a sort of creeping common sense, and discover when it is too late that the only things one never regrets are one's mistakes" - Oscar Wilde

  5. I mean I don't know if he knows who he is...I absolutely must know this.


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