Roxy Gonro

(2-28-1994 / Nevada)

Growing Apart


There was a time, when we were close and all I wanted was to be like you. I took comfort from you. When I saw you, I knew you loved me more than anything. But things have changed. We aren’t close and can’t wait to be apart. When I look at you, I wonder if deep down you still love me. There’s pain in my heart, maybe in yours too. A piece is missing form me. I don’t know how to get it back, and wonder if I ever even will.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

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