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“Just Friends” an open letter to someone far away

Dear Friend,

You used to take me every where you went put your arms around me, always watch over me.

Countless dinners, trips and sleepovers. We talked and saw each other almost everyday. Our days would not be complete without an essential “good morning” & “goodnight”

You had this confidence about you that made you seem unaffected and indestructible.

I put you in a pedestal and told myself I wasn’t good enough for you. But it wasn’t until now all that has been said and done.

You felt like you weren’t good enough for me. I finally see the things you admired in me and why you always spent so much time with me.

I should’ve known you fell in love when you asked me to runaway with you wherever you decided to move. It’s just I never felt good enough…

Now I know I what you meant when you said I was more than enough. I also get it’s easier to hurt me. Than to see me not dying for you, as you always assumed.

However you always made it clear we were “just friends”. So to me just friends we were, than I found another man. You expected me to stay loyal to my attraction and not to stray.

But we were “just friends” even though we behaved like something else. Yet you couldn’t face that I could walk away. When I did you no longer spoke to me again. But I just thought we were “just friends?”

Stop haunting me then…

From your

– just friend


The best way to get to know a person is not by what they say about themselves, but what they say about the world, people and everything else. So if you want to get to know me there is no better way than just simply reading my work. It's the window to my soul.

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