Kelsea Osterman


FWB


I never thought you could hurt me.
I thought I closed the iron gates after the last one left.
But yet again you proved me wrong.
Ha silly me.
See I thought you wanted to just be friends.
And then we you said let's be 'Friends'.
I was like how can I pass up this chance.
It was a chance for me to prove to you I was better than
All of the other girls.
So we both agreed 'Just friends'
We also agreed 'No strings attached'
And see that's where made our first mistake.
Because, I have a dirty little secret.
See when I made that promise,
I broke it right away.
That's right I broke the golden rule.
Ya see I didn't just want to be friends.
I wanted strings to be attached.
I wanted there to be a you, a me, and an us.
Okay let me spell this out for you.
You plus me equals a relationship.
That's right say it with me, re-la-tion-ship.
You know boyfriend girlfriend kind of thing.
You hold my hand I giggle and laugh to all my girlfriends.
That's what I wanted from the very beginning.
A, you, plus a me equation.
But all you wanted was a
You, plus, me, equals, a good time in bed.
Which don't get me wrong was a good thing.
But it wasn't even for me.
And as we continued down this 'Friend' path.
I started to wonder.
Did you really like me at all?
Did you talk about me to your friends?
Do you smile when you get a text from me.
Cause I know I like you.
I like you a lot more than I should.
I do talk about you.
A lot.
And I smile every time my phone goes off,
Hoping it's from you.
And I get sad when it's not.
So I guess the main point of all this blabbering,
Is to tell you.
I don't want this
You plus me equals 'Friends'
Anymore.
What I really want is a,
You plus me equals a relationship.
So now that I've broken all the rules.
Let's go at it again.

Submitted: Friday, February 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 15, 2013

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  • Buddy Bee Anthony (9/2/2013 2:49:00 AM)

    I like this piece of work. It gets at the heart of the matter. Relationships and boundaries. I have found,
    If it's too good to be true, it probably is. (Report) Reply

  • Roseann Shawiak (8/25/2013 9:04:00 AM)

    Your poem is very honest and truthful about how you feel a relationship should be for you. I like how you depict the whole relationship and what you want from it. You deserve to be loved for yourself alone. (Report) Reply

  • Chime Justice Ndubuisi (2/19/2013 1:20:00 AM)

    Not bad at all... It shows how egocentric people can be. Also, it depicts the heart of man. It's hard to know how another feels in his/her heart for us. Nice read...keep writing dear. However, you may have to read again and make corrections, like this line: And then we you said let's be 'Friends'(sic) . I think the 'we' is meant to be 'when'.
    Welldone. (Report) Reply

  • Tim Vallie (2/16/2013 1:10:00 AM)

    Very emotional read, not sure if it's fiction or factual but either way you did a good job bringing emotions to the surface that we all experience at one time or another. (Report) Reply

  • Titi Dale (2/15/2013 12:29:00 AM)

    This is a great poem :) expressing many wishes and desires: P thank you for inviting me to read your poems. (Report) Reply

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