#64 – Flinched

I flinched,
I flinched from him,
As he went to kiss my cheek,
Through a barrier of fallen hair,

I flinched from him,
As he tried to hold me closer,

Oh for I could feel his love,
His embrace wanting to be warm,
Warm against my cold wall I built around me,
I dare not wince,
I dare not let him in,
Nor see the pain that claws at me,
He held me like he was sorry,
Like he loved me truely,
And yet foolishly denied himself something sweet,

I flinched because I had to fight to not let,
The tears stream down my cheeks,

The man I love,
Loves me,
Loves me but no more,
No more than that,

As a matter of fact,
He’s just a friend,
And that is that.

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