Leslie Blackwell Leslie Blackwell
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you used "you've changed twice - you changed. You've "changed". You left me behind and you "changed"" Typo or emphasising a point?

Leslie Blackwell Leslie Blackwell
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if you love someone let them go. If they come back they are yours if not they never really were.

Sierra Winchester Sierra Winchester
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I was emphasizing the point, but thank you for giving the feedback. As for the advice, thank you there as well. She isn't coming back, I'm not that naive...I just had to type some of my feelings out somewhere. Once again, thank you.

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I haven't been on for a few weeks. Maybe this will clear it up. Maybe it won't.


I could've written a book about you. About the color of your eyes. The sparkle in your eyes. The sound of your laugh in the darkness of three am. I could tell you all of your favorite things. The way your mood changes is apparent with just one word. I can read you like a book. Or I could've. Because now I can't write a book about who you've become. I know you and who you were not even three months ago. But if someone asked me to tell them about you...I wouldn't know where to start. Because you're not who I knew. You've changed. You left me behind and you changed. And I'm to blame. I could've written a book about the steady of your voice on the worst nights. Or the way you had to have your clothes picked out. Or even the way that your tears sounded as they fell down your face. But now I can't tell anyone who you are. Because I don't know you anymore. I don't know if you'll ever be that girl again...but I do know that if you are, it won't be for me. You may be the girl that tells stories of your past at four in the morning with stupid music in the back. You can be the one that gushes for hours about someone. You could be the one to spend so much time trying to help someone out. But that someone won't be me. I need to remember that from now on. You're not her. You're not mine. And...I wonder if you ever really were. 3 comments


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