LETTING GO A FRIEND
When we first met, I feel like I've known you for eternity.
How can I walk away from you, my friend?
The secrets I have shared with only you,
the fights we have been through.
We have shared so much together
Laughter... fun times... tears;
you can always make me smile.
You accepted me, when no-one would.
My love, respect, and honor for you will never end.
Forever isn't long enough to say I'll be with you for ever;
You will always be in my heart and my friend
I don't really want to let you go
but deep inside me I know I must.
I don't want to hurt you,
but I also want the best for you
and for you to be happy.
It is for- said, that if you love that person, you'll let them go.
But, now I must let you go.
Remember me always
and I will too.
GOOD BYE NOW.
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