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  • I loved you like a sister,
    I listened to you as if nothing else mattered.

    I shared my words to give you hope,
    I shared my thoughts to give you horizons.

    I loved you the way I wanted you to love me,
    As if you were part of my life, my family.

    I shared my dreams, when you were facing a wall,
    I gave you consistence when you felt empty.

    I could have been less rough when you were looking to be appeased,
    But even if some words hurt and can never get out of your mind,
    I gave you everything I had to make you feel happy.

    You were my friend, half of me,
    And I waited for you to take care of me.
    Without even knowing,
    Without even noticing,
    That how I felt would never matter,
    That what I thought I was, wasn't real.

    You didn't love me enough:
    To share your words to give me hope,
    To share your thoughts to give me horizons.

    You kept my dreams and made them yours,
    You kept my consistence and and emptied me.

    And sometimes I remember the day,
    When we were in the lake,
    Laughing and screaming.
    When, for a couple of minutes,
    You made me your friend again,
    You stopped seeing me as an opponent.
    For an instant, you remembered that we were equal.
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