natalie vail


A Wild Chase - Poem by natalie vail

Ever had a love one just say good-bye and left?
Those good-byes are the hardest on you.
When you know your friend is leaving and isn't going to see anymore,
you know she has a lot more friends.
She could easily replace you with a friend.
Its the sad truth.
But maybe you have a small spot in her heart for you.
She might remember you.
She is just another broken love.
Someone you can never have back fully again.
Its your turn to learn that you can never get a loved one back fully.
You may be thinking about your friend or relative or your love every minute, but they might not even remember your face or name.
It's a sad truth that we must always have on us.
We are the people who have to carry the world on our shoulders.
It's all dead weight we must carry forever.
It's a shame that your friend can replace you so quickly,
when you can't stop dreaming and thinking about them.
And maybe your friend might come back, but you will always remember how they never came back to see you or talk to you.
That damage and pain almost ate you alive.
It's hard to welcome them back in your arms when you know they could leave you in a matter of seconds and replace you again.
If they come back, don't get your hopes up... it will be twice as hard to get that feeling back and then you lose it again.
After a long period of time, they change.
You don't know what they changed into though.
A liar, a friend who replaced you, or they changed to keep the friends that replaced you.
She doesn't need to help you through and maybe you'll find the light at the tunnel at the end.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011


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