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有一种爱叫做放弃

正觉得奇怪,按照我的个性,不会那么轻易放弃挚爱的东西,为什么只有这次我会放开?为什么我不去想办法挽回?

在这么多的为什么中,在这么久的为什么中,我终于得到了一个答案:原来这是因为爱。不希望我爱的承受我得痛苦,不希望我珍惜的分享我的失败,我选择了放弃,因为太爱而不忍心同甘共苦...

终于有了一个答案,要到什么时候,我所有的疑惑才能全部解开呢,为什么,为什么,无数个为什么在困扰着我,什么都没有了,只有疑问。
当失去平衡的时候,需要尽快的找到中点,但我感到我依然在坠落。快乐到底是什么呢?

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