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One Last Time.....And Once Again!

One last time,
She entered that space;
Filled with memories,
of fun, learning & craze!

Her heart tore a bit,
as she realised it was her last day here;
On the face beaming with a smile,
Her eyes secretly shed a tear!

Once again,
She had let the black hole rob her of something precious;
Once again,
She had let the black hole make her anxious!

Once again,
It was time to be grateful for the experience;
Once again,
It was time to enter into a new realm of existence!

Once again,
It was time to start all over again;
Once again,
It was time to fight, and win over the pain!

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