Dear Stranger

Dear Stranger,

our meeting was a pure coincidence.

Started with emails,

continued with texts.

Then, the calls started,

and the late night video calls followed.

From my first relationship

to my first ever heartbreak,

you’ve been with me, through them all.

You’re annoying sometimes,

but you never let my smile falter.

Even though we’ve never met,

even though we’re miles apart,

you still sing me to sleep,

tell me horror stories at night.

You can even sense my mood,

and you know just how to make me smile.

Don’t get too full of yourself now,

‘Cause you’ll always be stupid anyway.

Love,

Just me

P.S.-

This poem’s for one of my best friends ever. Did this poem remind you of someone else in your own life? Share below!

7 Comments Add yours

    1. Sonali says:

      Thank you ♥️

      Liked by 1 person

  1. Jokerswild says:

    That’s why they say people will never forget their first love, and that saying is true most of the time. That’s why “stupid” is a usually cute little pet name at times😊. But, the first heartbreak is also important because like Rumi quoted, “The heart must first be broken in order to be opened”. We learn from things, become stronger and remember those smiles as we embark on trust, loving ourself and new beginnings.❤️. It’s never a stranger, just Stranger Things.😉🌹

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    1. Sonali says:

      He’s not my love. He’s just a friend. 😂
      But I do agree with what you said about first love and the first heartbreak. And I agree with everything else that you said too 😂
      And I see what you did in the end 😉

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      1. Jokerswild says:

        😊🌹
        You agree with everything😉, we get each other sooo well😁. And that’s cause I feel ya lovely🌹
        And I figured you would get the ending.😉

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Sonali says:

        Yeah i do and i know that you do get me 🙂
        Indeed.

        Liked by 1 person

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