Broken Friendship Poem

It is always sad when a friendship is broken, especially when there is no good reason.

Losing A Best Friend

© Bree M. Gibbs
Are you really gone?
As my days draw out I find myself thinking about you
I miss you dearly and wish you were by my side, too
You are a real friend and I hate not having you here
Never being able to see you or talk to you would be my greatest fear
We have become close and I think of you as kin
Kirsten I miss you, Will we be able to laugh again?
We had so much fun together; thinking of it makes me sad
Do you think I will ever get a chance to prove myself to your mom and dad?
Your parents think I'm a bad person and I wish that wasn't true
I wish they understood how much I really do care for you!
I love you like a sister and I will always care
I wish things were different not being able to talk to you doesn't seem fair
I miss our silly jokes; I miss our bond of trust
I hate not being able to talk to you and I don't want to have to adjust
I wish I had the opportunity to sit with your mom and make her see
I am not a bad person and I am not the person they have made me out to be
I wish she only knew how hard it is for me
To sit here every day and think about you and me
You are a great person and I have so much respect for you
I wish we could still laugh and joke like we used to be able to
I hope we will always be friends! I will always be here for you
I just want to know, will you be there for me too?


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Published: Jun 2007

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  • When I was studying in my primary school, I had a best friend. Her name was Julianne. She was really very close to me that everyone envied us being together, even the teachers! They often change our places because when we finish our class work, we'd talk, talk and talk and make so much noise. We were that close when one day my parents made a decision that I should study in an international school after completing my Grade 6. All my friends and teachers were so sad that I'd be leaving and my friend, Julianne promised that she'd keep in touch with me in Facebook .After I started schooling in my new school, I would always go online and chat with her about my new school, how's life so boring without her. As time passes by, she totally forgotten about me and always ignores me, when I send her a message or start chatting with her online. It's still so sad to think that she has forgotten me. As I grew up, I learned that this is how life supposed to be...You are always fresh in my memory, Julianne...

    Mithulya,Malaysia Submitted Apr 2012
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  • I had these best friends named Moises, Nathan and Aaron we would always hang out but all envied us especially the teachers and our parents. Maybe it was because I was the only girl in that group? Maybe it was because we would finish our work together and talk afterwards? I have no clue unto this day...but we no longer talk the three of us because we have been separated into different high schools when we should be together but hey life goes on even though you lose the bestest friends we've ever had :(

    Emily Submitted Oct 2012
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  • I had two best friends. The bond we had was something one of a kind, which people may never find :) I never thought our friendship can have an end, but it did I never had a clue about it and don't know how it worked on and three of us got separated. I still remember the day a day of my life which I can never forget :(

    Kritika Submitted 5/23/2014
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