You know, I had always loved you, but I never said anything.

You know, I had always loved you, but I never said anything.

You know, I had always loved you, but I never said anything, so…

When we were sitting in your car that night and you said you had something to say, I always wished you would’ve said you love me, not her.

3 Comments on “You know, I had always loved you, but I never said anything.

  1.  by  Tom McG

    I think one of the very most painful experiences is when some terribly disappointing thing happens to us and it seems to be due, at least in part, to our own lack of courage. When we let our fears get the best of us and lose something or someone that could have been great, it is shattering. Please take heart, you were only doing the best you could; only accomplishing what you were ready for. If you can let it, everything seems to work out for the best somehow in the long run. This experience may well help you be ready the next time such a crossroads appears…and it will…maybe even with the same people! Good luck.

  2.  by  broken_soul

    I went through this…actually my boyfriend went through this with me… only the difference is I got him in time before I made the mistake of pushing him away…
    Best of luck to you… Truly I believe that there is someone out there for everyone just a matter of when and where they are hiding.

  3.  by  HeartBroken

    I definitely understand. I am in love with my best friend, who is currently dating someone long distance. It hurts so much when he talks about how much he “loves” her. I missed my chance 2 years ago. I pushed him away because I got scared. I have regretted it as soon as I realized what I lost.

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