'I BID YOU GOODBYE'
I bid you goodbye just to come back again, to end up with you treating me like nothing; not even a friend.
To help you is to say I still love you; for which this is true, but regretful feelings has my heart consumed but I still accept because I feel sorry for you.
You've shut out the world and turned your back on to me, a vision so selfish that not even I could of forseen.
You accepted the best when things were at its worst, I just hope you know what your doing for what it is worth.
The grass may be greener on the other side but that still does not make you better than I, so take these words from my lips for I dare not to cry, I wish you the best as I bid you goodbye.
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