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I am confident in my abilities to tell you,
I wish I hated you.
I wish you hated me,
But I’d be lying, with confidence.

My abilities,
They are fine,
The hate,
It’s a lie.

For her,
My best friend,
In which to whom I have no answer,
To the impossible question that she has asked.

To the simplicity of this disaster,
You are such a fake.
To the simplicity in the answer,
I liked you. A lot.
I have no right to any longer.

I know now,
How she felt then,
I’m sorry,
To her.

I never wanted to do that,
I never wanted to feel this,
I never wanted to like you,
I never wanted to cry over you.

Never intended,
Never expected,
Always neglected,
Always rejected.

For her,
My best friend,
In which the answer is becoming clearer,
To the impossible question that she asked me.

I hurt her like that,
I’m hurt like this,
In the center, of the ring, you sit, unharmed.
You son of a-
No, I will not say it,
When I cannot say it to your face.

You knew,
I liked you,
You knew,
She’d tell me.

Maybe my wish was held,
Maybe you forgot,
Maybe you believed me,
When I said,

“I don’t like you anymore.”

Idiot.
Moron.
You aren’t hard to fool.
Did you honestly think, I didn’t like you anymore?

What about her,
What about the other girl?
A cover up?
An excuse?

Did you think about her feelings?
I told you,
That you flirted with my best friend,
You are such an ignorant liar.

A forced smile,
As I approach, then I whisper in your ear,
“You break her heart, I’ll destroy your face.”
You think I’m kidding?
Try me.

I am confident in my abilities to tell you,
I wish I hated you.
I wish you hated me,

And now, at the end of this, I’m confident,
That all I’ve said is true.
I wish you didn’t like her,
No.
I wish I didn’t like you.





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