Those Three Words
I would just like to say something in behalf of all those who are missing a person in their lives. This is for the one person you really loved, but never saw you at all.
You were crying when I saw you, you needed someone to take the pain away from you. Then I walked up to you and we cherished each other. You told me all the sad things you experienced, and I felt the sadness with you. Then you suddenly smiled and said “But its okay now…” that was probably the loveliest smile I’ve seen you do ever since I’ve known you. Then you told me all your hopes and dreams, your happy moments. I shared mine and we both laughed at each other’s stories like there was nothing wrong with the world.
We were both lost, with nowhere to go home, noone to call for help. We were just strangers who found and comforted each other at thelowest point in our lives. We made each other feel needed, feel loved and cared for. Those were the times where we just looked at each other eyes and smiled.Then I felt the time was right for me to confess to you. After such moments of bliss, I finally grew to have feelings for you. My feelings for you were never intentional, love…was never intentional. Just sitting here with you, hearing your stories, watching you cry and lament, seeing you smile after all that…I…I couldn’t help but ask if this was still a feeling of friendship or of love…
After a long time of finding the right time to say those three words, those three simple words, that was when you left me. Rather, that was when I felt alone with you…