• Description: Before and after I give you this poem, I want everyone who reads this to wonder about something: the one person they love most. Think about their name and their personality . . . and the fights that you've had with them.

    Now that you have that person in mind, consider one to three things that would make them improve.

    Think about how they might act in the future. Something bad might happen, causing you to get seperated. Always search for the hints that that's going to happen; they are happening right now. In fact, this poem might be a hint.

    Let me give you a line from a song. Say or whisper it slowly. "I tried so hard to tell myself that you're gone; but though you're still with me, I've been alone, alone." I bet you don't understand that sentence. How can you be alone if you're right next to the person you're longing for?

    This paragraph will answer that question. I learned it the hard way, and for weeks I have been wondering if I should share it to the world or not. I decided to, just for everyone's own good. Phase I: You are really close, and nothing can break you apart. Phase II: You get wrenched apart from that person and can't see him/her for more than a month; it seems forever.
    Phase III: When you finally get to see that person, you realize you should've hugged them more because you would never see them again. They have changed greatly, and you will never get over it. Half of your laughs become fake. This poem I give you still might not mean anything to you, but it means the world to me. I want everyone on the face of the planet to know how I feel, but no one will listen to me. I want the one that I love most back, even though that person's sitting five feet away from me. No one understands that I'm in a feeling worse than any other kind. They don't care. Anymore.


    I miss you.
    Please come back.
    You'll never be the same again. Fire is burning out of the soul of my heart.
    Let me hold you like you used to hold me.
    I love you.