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Author Name: FreeForeverchanges 4 Comments
Date Added: June 16, 2009 20:06:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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That season

Missing you is like a heart with no beat.

A soul that feels incomplete.

A universe that has no creator or reason.

Four years itís been since that season.

 

It was the summer we lived for.

Just a couple of friends that

had fun to the core. I expected

truth, but never treason. And I

 know how long itís been that season.

 

I never thought that you would be forbidden.

But that never stopped us.

Our parents rules were overridden.

My burden to keep you hidden.

 

But soon it became too much.

Maybe we should have stayed in touch.

And now youíre out of sight and range.

We parted and made the exchange.

What mad us become so strange.

 

It wasnít us misbehaving

It was your dad and my mom raving.

They withhold a vengeance for each other.

But remember what good friends

they use to be to one another?

 

From time to time I catch myself

thinking of you. They way we laughed

and how it seemed so enchanted. In

truth I never knew that I took it for

granted.

 
You were not a lover to me.

Something more than anyone

could be. Your were my friend.

Around you I didnít have to pretend.

 

You taught me how to see life clear.

And that life sucks but to never fear.

 

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeBroken on June 18, 2009 06:31:27 PM Report
I remember having friends like this one when I was younger. We were a tight group of friends that I sometimes wish to go back to, even if just for a day, but we, like you two, lost touch along the way. I like the rythm of the piece, incorporating a story with your thoughts and feelings (kinda like how I do too), so maybe that's why I liked it so much, but for real it had a real nice flow to it. I especially like the last two sentences:

"You taught me how to see life clear.

And that life sucks but to never fear."

A great write,

Broken

Comment By: FreeBroken on June 18, 2009 05:54:07 PM Report
I remember having friends like this one when I was younger. We were a tight group of friends that I sometimes wish to go back to, even if just for a day, but we, like you two, lost touch along the way. I like the rythm of the piece, incorporating a story with your thoughts and feelings (kinda like how I do too), so maybe that's why I liked it so much, but for real it had a real nice flow to it. I especially like the last two sentences:

"You taught me how to see life clear.

And that life sucks but to never fear."

A great write,

Broken

Comment By: FreeLinda Jo on June 16, 2009 09:08:10 PM Report
Tia, never give up the hope that one day when you are least expecting it...he comes waltzing back into your life...you just never know....sheedreams     Lovely poem...eagerly await more from you
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on June 16, 2009 09:03:20 PM Report
Toria,
Life is always changing like our seasons...

WE ...find friends along the way..some just get lost in the shuffle...
 That we wish they were still there...
 I can tell I will enjoy your style of poetry...
 Always ~ She Whispers (( India ~ She





 


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