• What if you saw me ?

    by  • September 23, 2013 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 5 Comments

    What would you say ? What would you think ? Would it just be business as usual ? Will I see you on the other side ?

    I know those are a lot of questions… I’m questioning it all over again.

    I was doing pretty good for the most part, but I have gone backwards lately. And to think this all started with a look.

    I’m the only one I know of that has gone though this kind of thing. It’s a thing because it hits me in my chest sometimes. That’s what inspired me to post this.

    I’d do something but its too late.

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    5 Responses to What if you saw me ?

    1. tricia
      September 23, 2013 at 10:52 am

      I am going to answer this knowing its not for me but it reminds me of one of those surveys 🙂

      If I saw him (honestly) I’d probably get choked up nervous, stare/look away, try to catch his gaze,
      should he ever say anything (and not be like before where we’d be in close proximity and run about like chickens with their heads cut off) I’d say hi very shyly of course 🙂
      I would think.. ” Do I look ok?” or.. “Why do I now feel so nervous around him, when I use to see him regularly for quick conversations and updates. Last question you ask,,
      I would hope with him and I it wouldn’t be business this time.. That’s not how I want him in my life.

      nice letter..


    2. Peanuts
      September 23, 2013 at 12:28 pm

      Never, Ever Give Up.

      It is never too late. Unless they are dead.


    3. Moon Kat
      September 23, 2013 at 9:39 pm

      I’d smile if I liked your hair.
      And whisper something sweet if you were close enough…


    4. I miss you
      September 24, 2013 at 7:34 am

      I miss you & love you like the day we met. I’d hug you so tight & never let you go.


    5. T2
      September 24, 2013 at 1:01 pm

      If it was him asking me, then my response would be upbeat and professional. Now my thinking would go like this: calm down, let’s get through this moment, and when I get home I’m flipping out. On the street the pokerface is harder to pull off, but I would still keep things light and easy.



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