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To my bestfriend...
I wanted to be a happy in this world
Until love came and destructed me with pain
I wasn't the same person I used to be
Happiness wasn’t an emotion anymore but just a word.
Instead of adventurous dreams, I saw sad visions
But I still kept myself from going insane.
I wore darkness glasses which I could not see,
Anything that shone bright like the hearts of the lovers.
My eyes cried till the tears became blood
No one saw because I was alone
All alone that the population was only me
I rowed across the endless flood
Thinking the waterfall would make me gone
But in the bottom, I was able to see others.
Friends, Families, Bullies, Haters, all shining brighter that the sun in the noonday.
Was it still my world or something different?
Because I could finally breath properly
When I looked up in the distant,
Everything vapors and turns into the dark clouds
My happiness is returned because of my friend
Who taught me love for family is more important than a lover or a friend
The person that understood my feelings that I could not defend
A best friend who saved a life
Who I cannot pay with any price
Let’s just say he’s more of a brother
Who, in the future, I hope to see with another, forever