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One day I realized I had feelings for one of my friends. I didn't know what to do. I started to spend more time with her and before I knew it, I asked her out.
I crossed a line and our friendship was never the same. I found this place and felt better about myself because there are other guys just like me. There are other guys who did the same thing.
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|by John O.
To the ends of time I will love you my friend
Knowing that you're gone leaves me a bend
An angle to me you were so kind
Raising my sprits with ways I can not find
Over and over the days with you replayed
Loving you so much wished you would have stayed
I crossed a line which I know not fit
Now each day I die a little bit
An empty void replaces what I feel
Growing sadder and sadder, will I ever heal
From the feeling of love I felt for a friend
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