by Amanda Laverne Gander
You'd walk even faster when I called your name,
What did I do to make you believe to know me is a shame?
We've been best friends since before I can remember.
You act as if you don't know me,
or give little attention if any.
Another person it seems,
has replaced me,
And has become the friend,
that I could not be.
I would like you to listen to my story,
and hear your explanation,
on why best friends we can't be.
To remain your best friend,
I would have killed.
There must have been a sense of emptiness,
That I could not fill.
I tried my best to be with you,
But I guess my best wasn't good enough for you.
Because you seemed to step over me,
as if it weren't that tough.
I must have hurt you alot,
to make you feel such coldness towards me.
I'm blind to my mistakes,
if only I knew what it would take,
I'd go the distance, to show you that I care.
And for you to no longer love me,
is a pain that is hard to bear.
I don't know why
our friendship must come to an end.
And if you ever need me,
Remember I'm still your friend.