He may never know..

He may never know..

A Poem by Suvada

He may never know that I miss seeing him everyday.

I miss seeing the way his eyes use to light up.

The way he got excited.

He may never know that I missed the way he took care of me.

All my life I’ve been taking care of myself,

that it was nice to have someone there for me when I needed them the most.

Someone that actually heard my cry for help.

He may never know that I cried myself to sleep every night,

Asking god why love hurt so much?

Asking god why you walked into my life?

He may never know that I miss hearing his laugh,

even if it’s me tightly squeezing him.

He may never know that I wanted him to be mine,

just like he wanted me to be his.

He may never know that I was afraid to take

that next step.

He may never that I was afraid to fall in love,

cause when I fall in love,

I think of forever.

He may never know that I was afraid to be broken at the end.

He may never know that I’m afraid to lose him.

He may never know that I'm still sorry for everything.

No matter how many times I manage to push him away

He still stays.

He may never know that I’m thankful for that.

He may never know..

But one day he will.

And that one day will be too late.

© 2015 Suvada

Author's Note

I guess sometimes its still a little hard to let go of the past, but even though it is the present I still want him to find his happiness, find someone that will make him happy. Cause when he's happy, I am too.

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Suvada this is a really heart felt write. I am not sure if I say that I loved reading it, it would insult your feelings behind this piece. Its true sometimes life puts us into difficult positions. But you are a wonderful person for having such a big heart. And I want you to know that.


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