Poems about LOVE :)


Grief truly is depressing, it's my mortal enemy
Wonderful memories of the past that I desperately miss
When you gave me a friendship necklace, kinda girly don't ya think?
You had the same only with darker colors, to prove that you're the guy?
You act so goofy and weird around me
I just think that it's really normal because we're friends
When we're classmates, you always seat next to me
When we're not, you go to my classroom every break time
One day I finally agreed, that we can have lunch together
With just the two of us
You wanted to buy me lunch but I already had my own
You loved it when we played tag
You challenge me at everything
Even when it was summer vacation to break us apart
You kept calling me every single day
You were always there for me
Willing to help and listen to my problems
Still want to know what's going on with my life
Even if we have nothing to say
You can think of many ways to make me laugh
Hoping that one day, after everything you've done
I might love you back
But I was ignorant and stupid
I might have said things that hurt you
I might have did things that wounded you
My ignorance may have lost your patience
And now I'm paying for that mistake
Now I'm consumed with the retaliation of your ignorance
As the overwhelming grief strangles me
Our memories keep flooding into my mind
Bringing a throbbing pain
To the place where our friendship used to be
This unbearable bleeding that I'm enduring
I'm still fighting this war
Forcing your curse off me
It stabs me every time you walk by
I wish that you're just wearing a mask
I'd rather admit how I got fooled
Than accept the fact that it's not a mask
I know how your life became so much better when you change
And I'm so happy for you as a friend
But please never forget who you were before
Because that's the guy who I truly miss...

~your attention was totally focused on me before. But now that you don't care, I feel lost~

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