Remember Me?

September 4, 2010
Its sad when people become what they promised to never be,
Do you even remember me?
All of those nights filled with fun and laughter,
In a book so heavily bound, it seems only to be a tiny chapter.
A person you once held so close,
The person you counted on the most.
A friendly face forgotten in a crowd,
One can barely speak in a room so loud.
The person that you use to run to,
Becomes the person you pretend you never knew.
A few days, a week, and soon a year pass by,
So much time apart you don’t even want to try.
Even if you did it wouldn’t feel the same,
The loss of a friendship and only us to blame.

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Thesilentraven This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Sept. 18, 2010 at 5:25 pm
This is such a sad poem, for it displays the gradual tragedy of losing a friendship. I know the feeling very well. Reading the words, I shared the grief that you articulated and recollected my own. If this is true for you, I'm sorry.
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