LOss of a friend.  

problklover 53M/F
46 posts
6/26/2005 6:22 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

LOss of a friend.

TO lose a freind in life is to lose a part of oneself. I am writing this, knowing that the person may read it. I hope that they do not reply, but simple remember that I will always be their freind. A shoulder for them to cry on. A set of ears that will listen to their sorrows and a heart that will accept them for who they are. A mind that will try to give words of hope, love and wisdon so that she will take the right path.

Someone once said that this is a site just fuck around on. They were wrong. True freindships can come from thses sites. They are a diamond in the rough. I told my freind to look and seek within herself as to what she really wanted. She took the path that brought her the least pain and hopefully the most happiness. Only time will tell. In the meanwhile, I cry. Yes I, a man will cry. Because I will have lost one a very few from on her who I could truely talk to. Most on here give lipservice to the term freindhip. Most are only in it for what they can get. She was not.

To truely love a freind is to watch them take flight, knowling that you many never see or hear from them again. That is true love.

Be well My dear freind. May our pathes one day cross again. Sadly, I do not think so.

Hugs and tearful kisses

rm_kaaia 53F
6 posts
6/26/2005 7:28 am

I am touched by your honesty and ability to relay what you are feeling. I have made many friends and through my many moves across the years have had to depart. It is always painful. Each time swearing that I would never allow myself to get that close to anyone again. It hurts too much. My character, not allowing to do that, I decided that I would have to approach this differently. I chose to continue to make friends along the path of life. When I have had to leave them. I took the fond memories with me. Whatever they gave to my life I cherish. Hopefully, you will be able to do the same. I hope, and I know you will, find another person that you can relate to and develop a meaningful relationship with. I wish you well.

jinglez1000 53F
1 post
7/15/2005 6:45 am

Perhaps that friend was influenced by someone that is no longer in her life and regrets what has happened between the two of you. I know from my experiences that "the tongue is mightier than the sword" as the saying goes. Which means you cans always print an apology but when the words are spoken, you cannot take them back. I. too, have lost someone extremly important to me and if I could turn back time, things would be different today, and I would not be alone. Wish you well in everything you do. May the sun always shine for you and the rain fall only to water your plants. X

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