I sat quietly beside him,
glimpsing him cry for the lover he left for us.
How can human ask you to remove
someone whom you loved so much?
I could see those tears running through the cheeks,
separating parts like them as their love was impaired.
I looked at him with hopes, one day he’ll forget what he wished for.
I recalled all those moments,
How we chuckled, we giggled our childhood.
I urge to discern him like that,
I want to catch a glimpse of him snickering.
But when I notice him I see,
Broken glass pieces no one could fix,
As holding them would make us bleed a little,
Leaving it as it is would be damaging as well.
I remain there still, letting him whimper,
Things unsettled would one day be overhauled,
He’ll be happy someday I wish.