The Lost Forever Friend

We crashed paths in school,

And it was a hate-hate relationship.

God knows how but over the years,

It developed into a kinship.

 

It had its ups and downs,

Sometimes happiness and sometimes frowns.

Its been quite a journey with you and its not been easy,

That attitude and those birthdays have been anything but breezy.

 

If you know me then you know I’ve enjoyed it all,

For I’ve been a bigger pain to you than when you run into a wall.

Its always special with you for reasons unknown,

This friendship has literally shaped the way I’ve grown.

 

You’re the Chandler to my Joey,

Always so smart and sassy!

I have always admired you,

For your taste so classy.

 

Its not the distance that hurts me,

I know you’re always just a call or 50 steps away.

Its these weird extended silences,

Which may last a lifetime is why I’m afraid.

 

But you know I’m always going to be around,

To stick my nose in your business I am forever bound.

Won’t stretch it too long cause I know you’re busy,

With me you know its going to end on a note very cheesy.

 

Though there is gold in the mountains,

And pearls in the sea.

Those treasures don’t mean as much,

As your friendship means to me.

 

-The Travellothoner

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  1. Letting go is love’s greatest challenge. People come and go in our lives and we store memories that last. If we are wise, we learn something from each one. No. It isn’t easy. Even those who impact us negatively, leave an imprint that nudges us one way or the other. The choice of how we utilize the gifts is ours. All the best, Léa

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  2. I like this stanza of yours the most.

    If you know me then you know I’ve enjoyed it all,

    For I’ve been a bigger pain to you than when you run into a wall.

    Its always special with you for reasons unknown,

    This friendship has literally shaped the way I’ve grown.

    Thank you for sharing!

    Like

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