Hate Letter

Oh, how these past few months have been filled with tears.
Losing you was by far one of my biggest fears.
You made me face it, with your sadistic, evil ways.
And now we haven't spoken in days.
Thank you,
yes, thank you,
for everything we've done.
Remember that time we just stared out at the clouds, careful not to look at the sun?
All of those shades of white,
with you I just felt such a devine delight.
From our first kiss, down at that school
and man, did i feel cool.
And then that time at the beach, where we walked together, hand and hand,
though the ocean captivated within your eyes was what I stared at, rather than the one past the sand.
What about that time when we would scream out our favorite song?
We would mess up every single note, but our melodies still seemed to get along.
Now you're gone, but these memories are still here.
And sadly, I had to face my biggest fear.
Thank you, for all these memories that will eternally be housed inside my head.
Maybe this wasn't a hate letter, but rather a thank you one instead.

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