We all need a friend, but some are always needy. – Robert Joseph
You look in the eyes of the person in the front of you,
He looks back into yours too.
You feel lost and like your all alone,
This man, too, seems to be on his own.
You ask him, “Why love never seems to stay.”
He doesn’t respond just miserably looks away.
You tell him you feel misery and pain,
When all your strength for love is in vain.
Still no answer.
Tears show in his lonely blue eyes,
Like he lost the star shining in his night sky.
You tell him a girl causes you pain tonight,
How, for some stupid reason, without her nothing seems right.
The tears in his eyes push out,
Is this, too, what his pain is about?
You take a deep breath and again begin to speak,
“She made me feel so strong, but now so weak.
Do you know what it’s like to have no hope with a girl like this?”
You know he does when whiteness fills both his fists,
And one lonely tear rolls down his face.
His eyes look lost and empty as space.
The tears just begin streaming from his eyes,
You realize you, too, have started to cry.
You try to comfort him and yourself,
You say, “If we become friends maybe it won’t hurt worse than anything else.”
He bitterly and doubtfully laughs about what was just said,
You, too, feel great doubt in your head.
You now realize the man that stands before you,
Is just a mirror, a reflection you wish wasn’t true,
Because the man in the mirror is you.