More than We Ever Were

by Someone Invisible   Jun 27, 2017


We're friends still.
After everything.
After the touching and the looks.
After the kissing and the words.
After all the days and all the nights.
Now we're just friends.
But sometimes you still reach out and touch.
But sometimes I think I see what I want to see in your eyes.
And it confuses me.
Because we're friends now.
And I know the day will come
Where as your friend I will meet the new girl,
You'll introduce her as more than we ever were,
And I'll smile politely outwardly
And weep pathetically inwardly.
And you will never know because
I will never tell you.
I will never tell you that at night
When I'm still awake at 3 am,
I remember the feel of your warmth next to me in bed
And I miss you.

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  • 3 months ago

    by mossgirl19

    Have to agree with Ren and Ben...this is a moving piece and so much reality. This really happens. The poem is great.

  • 3 months ago

    by Ben Pickard

    A really moving piece. This is that friends/lovers conundrum that people seem to suffer the effects of all too often. Should we cross the line/shouldn't we? and if we do, can it ever be the same again? In my experience, it's something we pretend we can get on with but, as your poem suggests, the reality is rarely so simple.

    All the best,

    Ben

    • 1 month ago

      by Someone Invisible

      It turns out I wasn't missing him as much as I was missing the contact. :/ But I agree and still stand by what I was ssaying in this piece, it's not always as simple as we would have liked or thought.

  • 3 months ago

    by Ren

    This is such a heartbreaking yet beautifully written piece! The format is excellent, and the story told is one that hits very close to home. Well done, and much love and peace to you!

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