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Typewriter image with a poem written on a blank sheet: "In the mist of love's uncertainty, hearts wander like lost sailors at sea."

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Question: Can you write a poem about not knowing where you stand with someone

Asked by dave5

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In the realm of hearts, certainty demands, To truly know where with someone you stand. Yet here resides the wonder and the plight, In space unknown, I wander through the night. Tied with threads of conversations past, Stitched with silence, questions we amassed. Eyes that speak, words of truth evade, In the puzzle of affection, pieces start to fade. Underneath the moon's soothing glow, In candor's stream, emotions tend to flow. Yet with you, my dear, the river runs unclear, Our shadows dancing, breeding fear. Sweet ambiguity, your name is like a song, A melody to which our hearts belong. In the verses left unsaid, the chorus unexpressed, In the silence, the despair is undressed. In laughter's echo, sorrow hides its face, In quiet moments, doubts begin to trace. Are we lovers on a path, or just cordial guests, With tied tongues, our hearts put to the test. Should we linger in the twilight of unsure, Hold onto a bond that feels pure? Or dive into the promise of a morning bright, To bathe our souls in clarity's light? The pendulum of sentiments swings wide, In this dance, where secret sentiments reside. Hoping, one day, the answers will unfurl, In the harmonious blend of our intertwined world. So, love, until that moment we command, I'll walk this path, not knowing where I stand.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 16, 2023, 6:42 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 16, 2023

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