Gabriel Gauci Maistre

(Pieta, Malta)

Never Deserved


I never deserved to be treated this way
After all I did for her - Treated her
I always made sure that I would not put my feelings in the way
I always made sure I'd suppress my feelings
Not for me - But for her
So that she would not feel uncomfortable
And nothing would jeopardise our friendship
After all I did this for her
I never deserved to be treated this way
Never had she the right to start avoiding me
Breaking the very strong friendship we shared
Never did I give her reason - Never do
But here I lye - Writing about a broken friendship
One which is lost - One which is forgotten
After all - I did this for her

Submitted: Sunday, May 20, 2012
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