Once There Was A Friend Poem by Carmina Abrenica

Once There Was A Friend

Rating: 4.0


Here's to the friends I got along
In a time with the notion we belong
To the pages we shared for long
All ended up with a painful song

To that seat I thought I truly own
Together with the photos on my phone
To the care I mused was honestly shown
Ceased as now I enter the room alone

To that black I ignored seeing the white
And the distant feeling after a silent fight
All the stories over food one fine night
And that market walk at morning's light

Without utterance I let out a long sigh
To these chapters I bid you goodbye
But still my well wishes to see you fly
Are deep within me until I no longer cry

MCVA
11/20/19 5: 57 AM

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: friendship
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Feigned friendship from others. Genuine friendship from me to them.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kostas Lagos 20 November 2019

To that black I ignored seeing the white And the distant feeling after a silent fight Fascinating poem!

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Bernard F. Asuncion 23 November 2019

A well crafted poem of the day. Congrats, dear ate Mina on your featured piece....10+++

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Edward Kofi Louis 23 November 2019

Friendship! ! To the pages we shared for long! Then came the break up; With a painful song. Heartbreak! ! Lost love! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Nofisat 19 September 2020

Write comment. This is Lovely

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Mahtab Bangalee 23 November 2019

But still my well wishes to see you fly Are deep within me until I no longer cry/// beautiful written on the pure friendship nexus // like this

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Tulsi Shrestha 23 November 2019

Pathetic and heart wrenching creation, revealing painful sentiment that one feels after ultimate departure of an intimate friend.

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Tulsi Shrestha 23 November 2019

Beautifully crafted, an exceptional write. Congratulations from core of my heart for being selected as poem of the day.

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Tom Allport 23 November 2019

A sad and honest write of close encounters that were never right.....well penned.

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