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Breanna Koelliker

Rookie (November 8th,1994 / Las Vegas, Nevada)

Flirting Games

Everyone knew I had a crush on you,
There was no point in hiding it anymore,
But we were such good friends so I didn’t want it to change,
We always played those little flirting games,

I heard rumors that you were crushing on me,
You have no idea how much I was pleased,
When you finally asked me out,
I was speechless but also scared,
Of course I said yes,
And I felt like I had just been blessed,

When we were over I cried,
And all I wanted to do was hide,
We were still friends,
But not as close as before,
A long time went by without a word,

I was sad but you were happy,
So all I could do was smile and hope for the best,
I really wish I didn’t give up on us and decide to take a rest,
You made me feel like I was nothing, just some hopeless pest,

I hate seeing you in the hallways and you just walk on by,
Every time you do that I just want to cry,
I wish we were still close friends,
Or just hope that one word is even said,
Now I now that everything we had is finally dead.


Submitted: Thursday, May 22, 2008
Edited: Saturday, April 18, 2009

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  • Rookie Aaminah Ottley (5/24/2008 8:50:00 AM)

    This is so sad. I hate having to see someone after it's over. It always sucks!
    I had no idea you wrote poetry. This is really awesome! (Report) Reply

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