When I Wish On Cracked Stones

I wish that you had told me this
I wish you didn't lie
I wish I didn't have to bluff and tell you that I'm fine
I wish that we were friends again
I wish I had you back
But wishes won't come true for me when my wishing well is cracked

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Another simple poem. My dad told me my poems were sometimes too dragged out and long, so I'm trying to say what I mean, and make it most meaningful in the least number of words that I can. I just went through a really bad break up. My EX boyfriend and I dated for more than a year, and one day he just got sick and broke up. No warning at all. He used to be my best friend, now he won't even say a word. I was cutting at first, stopped taking my depression meds, heart problems and anxiety came back. I would skip classes because I was crying so hard that I couldn't see. Then, my best friends, my true best friends, James, Emily, Morgan and Whitney showed me that no matter how hard, this too shall pass. It hasn't been easy, not at all, but I'm not doing anything suicidal, and I cry less now.

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Thank you :) I have a

Thank you :) I have a terrible habit of dragging things out, and in the process, begin to get off track, and the poem becomes mucked up. Thank you :) I'm very happy that my poems are still being read and appreciated, even if I'm still young.

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