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Fear

What I fear most is
my fomo,
and it often drives me mad,
if I live just long enough
to end up grumpy, old and sad,

sad, alone
for who loves complaints
made for breakfast,
of my fomo turned to romo
and my tears
unimagined?

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Last few words: 
FOMO - fear of missing out ROMO - regret on missing out
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It's kinda different. The definition of fomo and romo in your last words helped me a lot. Those are new words for me. This was mentally stimulating. I have a new understanding of missing out on something.. I hate fomo literally. Because of your little, simply written, packed full of imagery poem, I now hate romo. " )' Romo don't feel good. Regretting fomo makes me beat my chest in distress. ")'
I love the imagery. The title is too ordinary, but describes the theme effectively. The rhythm, flow and pacing is smashing.

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I had never heard of fomo and romo but I think this is a good poem I have to say I wanted more, a little more breakfast regrets a little more fear I think there is more to be written about this but I guess that will be up to you

a short poem that provided information I always love learning new things thank you for sharing

love JC x

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Help me out here.What is fomo and romo?

Alid

"FOMO - fear of missing out ROMO - regret on missing out"

It's a slang term I heard while watching the news one morning.

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i see..thanks for the explanation..

Alid

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