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Sian Mein


Will Never Know


I never thought how much you meant,
Until the day it finally stopped,
Without even looking back you went,
You had her now and I had him,
So surely we could stay friends,
But that's when our friendship began to dim.

You didn't approve, you never said why,
We had a strong past and everyone knew
But it started to dwindle due to this guy,
And I wouldn't give up without a fight,
I was determined not to give in to you,
So I wrote you a letter late that night.

And made a plan to get it to you,
Because I didn't see you much anymore,
I was worried of your reaction and what you'd do,
Later that day I got the text reply,
Saying we'd moved on and were not as close,
That's when I told my friends I loved this guy.

Without realising I finally saw what you meant,
What a true friend you really were to me,
But it's too late once I got that text you sent,
So here I am writing and thinking why did I let him go?
I can only try to get you back a friend again,
But until I do... you will never know...




By Sian Mein

Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013

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