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NaPoWriMo Day 1

Hello readers,

It's game over today
I don't know about tomorrow
or the day after that
maybe it will be another game over
or it won't be another game over
I still will play again

I will find my strength
stand on firm ground
or not so firm
I will roll up my sleeves
and fight all night

I will fight until it stops
saying game over for my happiness
I will play again
until my happiness is back

This sad feeling
It will soon be over.


Love, Fida


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