Ocean Myranda


Goodbye, My Friend, but I Still Love You


To have you in my life,
Means everything to me,
I loved you once, loved you twice,
I think you’d agree.

I’ve done everything for you,
I guess it wasn’t good enough,
All the chances you didn’t take,
Going through that time was tough.

Our separate ways, we went,
I just wasn’t the one you want,
My heart ached for your love,
Everyone knew, but it was me, which they taunt.

Now, I’ve moved on,
I found someone new,
I’m very happy now,
What about you?

You were one of my favorite friends,
We still talk, but it’s not the same,
I guess you will never know,
You just had to blow out that flame.

I still love you, whether you know it or not,
You’re still my best friend,
Now, I’m happy with the one I’m with,
I hate to say it, but
This is the end.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 16, 2008

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  • Rookie - 14 Points Bonnie Collins (9/16/2008 10:48:00 PM)

    This is a profuond write, written from your heart... I enjoyed this... Move foward, keep the warm memories deep within your heart, BUT make new memories with your new love...... Very nice indeed...

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