Charity Buckley

Rookie (April 20th 1987 / Orangeville)


Bestfriends until the end
is what we promised to be
But all of these years
thats not how you saw me

We had loads of secrets
we would never hide
but you had hidden from me
a secret deep inside

one warm winter night
we sat and talked
he said he hated me
because i decided to walk

His dark deep secret
finally came out
i was very shocked
for what it was about

as tears rolled down
he said i broke his heart
that i was in love with me
right from the very start

through these 6 years
i was his one special girl
All of this time
to him i was his world

He looked me in the eye
said 'he'll never love like me
i've loved you all alongwhy couldn't you ever see? '

This poem goes out to my ex-boyfriend/bestfriend for he was deeply in love with me and i had no idea.

Submitted: Thursday, January 18, 2007
Edited: Monday, December 27, 2010
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  • Rookie - 216 Points Ronald Stroman (1/18/2007 10:12:00 AM)

    I've found that looove and other relationships, can work just like a drug.With hangovers and all the withdrawal symptoms, that comes with separations. Often the gift of 'good-bye, ' is a wonderful un-expected change. (Report) Reply

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