The Window, Part 2: A Poem
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The Window, Part 2: A Poem

I can't keep waiting for an idea to happen only for it to stay just that within me.

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Hand reaching out towards window

Guess you really did it this time, haven't you?


Just when I thought there could be a chance for us –

A chance to explore a possibility I had been wanting for so long,

An idea I had clung onto over the years,

An idea that took a long time to fade out and sink but then had resurfaced just months before –

When the window had opened up after having been closed for years,

One I hoped would stay open until the right enough time would come for me to take that leap…

That chance has just been diminished by just one glance of a Facebook update:

An update that contains the words "in a relationship" in that order,

The kind of update one would not expect from a casual scroll through their timeline.


I really thought the window would stay open for much longer,

But I had not realized it was open until I had prodded you,

And I had only done so after the change you made in your photo.


Even if the difference were only a couple months before I had known,

I did not expect you to move on with someone new that quickly,

Especially during a time when we all need to be farther in distance than ever before.


I also couldn't help but notice your new beau was closer to us than I had thought,

Thrown off by the unfamiliar name she bears:

Just a grade year under us during our time in high school,

And just one year her predecessor's senior –

Who had been by your side for almost seven years –

Facts I double-checked by the class photo pages within our yearbook.


It would be too little to say I was only shocked at coming across such news,

But rather that mixed with hurt and ultimately resigned,

Because I can't keep waiting for an idea to happen only for it to stay just that within me.

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