jayde amanda


The Saddest Things - Poem by jayde amanda

Yesterday, I hugged my bestfriend 
Comforting him as he cried
I was siting in the front row
Watching a perfect relationship die

I cried for his lost
And I cried for mine
He admitted things won't be the same
And I agreed, this might last for a lifetime 

We spoke and got things off our chests
We both thought that she needed a serious kick to the head
He said he feels he's lost that spark
He said he's not helping herself, hiding in the dark

 She was once an amazing, happy girl
To him this girl was his world
He was once an extremely thankful boy
When she started to break it off 
He felt like some old exploited toy

No one should be treated this way
 I told her everything I didn't say
Some facts I questioned
I knew those I shouldn't mention

This all only happened in a matter of a night and day
The after effects haven't started but should be on their way
These feelings I hope to never feel again
Because these are the saddest things


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is about 2 of my bestfriends who have been going out now for 3 months but have been acting like it for about 5. She has a lot of mental conditions like bipolar and depression. Unfortunately my boo is copping all the smack from it until one day she said too much and that's when the story starts. He is my brother from another mother and on the way to school the other day he told me what had happened, he was hugging me so tightly and I could feel his breathing and I could feel the tears, he struggled to talk to me and all he did was hold on. He ended up telling me a bit but extremely quietly that I only got about half of it. When we had got to the station he had stopped crying but the drama didn't stop there. What I'm doing in this situation is being there for my brother and giving my 'friend' time and space to sort things out. I pray that she fixes herself so he can be upset and scared no longer,

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012



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