Rania Bo.Said

Rookie (March 18 1996- still alive: p / Lebanon)

After 11 Years ≪/3 - Poem by Rania Bo.Said

I write down poems trying to let go of my pain
I tear as I take long walks under the rain

I start thinking about you my X closest friend
I start wondering if it is or will ever be the end

The end of this friendship that lasted 11 years
10 years without blame; we were the closest peers

We used to play, study and share secrets with each other
But now everything is vanishing my dearest brother

Why? Why shall I cry when I remember the days we had
Why shall I remember the moments we spent and feel sad?

Why shall I miss u but never have the courage to talk
Why shall I refuse to ride a car; instead I take a walk

A walk that I claim will lead me to a happy ever after life
The life where we'll stand close and save one another from every dreadful knife

I miss you a lot I swear I do
Whenever you are away I turn blue

I can't replace the new you by the old
It seems impossible for me to fold

To fold the chapters that hold our best days
I tried to I swear I did in a million of ways

But I couldn't forget it all, I couldn't get you out of my mind
I couldn't replace you by anyone; someone like u is what I couldn't find

Its tearing me apart I swear it hurts
I feel as if I can't get myself out of dirts

No! I can't bare your absence anymore
I can't walk away from this closed door

Because behind it stands the sweet memories that satisfaction turned bitter
How come did you let go of all what we share and acted like a quitter

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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