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Goodbye On Your Birthday
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Goodbye On Your Birthday
I can't talk to you, so as in the past, I will try to let go of someone by writing them out of my system. It's therapeutic but it also makes you deeply feel all of the emotions that hurt, and they hurt bad right now. As much as I've been through in this life, I have never gone through anything this difficult. So much to deal with all at the same time when just one of them would already be too much. When it rains, it pours. And only time, slow time and lots of it, to think about it all. We shouldn't have ended this way, and we probably won't ever speak again. No closure. This is my personal Hell. If I deserve it for all the wrongs I've committed, then I accept it. I am sorry. I still love you. I'm just waiting for my heart to let go. You know it takes awhile for the heart to catch up to what the mind already knows. I know we don't belong together. I just wish we didn't end as we did. So many questions, so many things I want to tell you. I wish I knew what you're thinking and what you thought about everything that's happened, because some of it is just so damn confusing. I guess I have to make my own closure though. I do wish you the best and I want you to be happy, I just wish we could've done that for each other. So many things in you were exactly what I was looking for, and just the same, so many things were the opposite of what I wanted and needed. I think you felt the same way. That's what I'm holding onto, the good times. Our love was so special. You know that. I feel almost greedy thinking that I may find a connection like ours again. I'm so broken and alone. I realize now that you were my entire world. I lost my best friend and my future. It's so empty here now. Honestly, I don't know how I've made it through some of these days... A second feels like a minute, a minute feels like an hour, an hour feels like a day, a day feels like a week, a week feels like a month, and a month feels like a year. It's downright unbearable at times. One of the things that keeps me going is the belief that everything happens for a reason. That there was no other way that this could've possibly happened. I used to believe in free will and chance, not anymore. I believe as you do now. Funny, I know. I've had so many revelations during all this time to think. I wish I could share them with you. I put so much into us that I feel like I lost a part of myself. I don't know if I'll ever get it back. I never loved or cared for anyone like I did for you. Whether you believe me right now, I think you know it's true deep down, or you will someday. And don't worry about anything. I am finally giving you the space you always wanted. Please be smart (I know you are) and safe out there. Take care of you.

Poem Description:
On the day of your birthday, I wanted to give you a farewell parting gift. I chose between a good luck bamboo plant and one of those pretty silk orchid plants. Our drink of choice was being taken off of the market so I bought you a whole bunch of them and to top it off, I added a few of your favorite red sports drinks so you could rehydrate after your night of drinking and dancing. This was the lil poem I wrote for you. We both know what happened when I tried to drop it off =(

I am also working on another poem right now. It's just hard to work on it when it brings so many emotions to the forefront. I will post it under the other name. EDIT: I just posted it. Hopefully you'll see these one day. Comments are always welcome.
[76 words]
The Wolf
Right now, anything written here will be just for you.
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Goodbye On Your Birthday
The Wolf

No more anger
No more pain
No more hurt
No more blame
Go in peace
Go with love
Only happiness remains
Goodbye my heart
Goodbye my soul
I will love you, forever more
And not that I am hoping
But my door for you is always open
If the world should get too hard
Just recall this little card
You come home, no questions asked
We'll start anew, forget the past
Or if you only need a friend
I'll still be here, until the end

I love you
Happy birthday, Hun



"I think you'd like this song. It's sad. Near To You by A Fine Frenzy." -- =P.


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