To be honest, I’m not sure how I should start this post. I think I don’t have a bestfriend. Someone I can mutually connect with. So these questions are targeted towards you, my readers, as much as it is targeted towards myself.
Isn’t there a time in your life where you love your bestfriend so much that you want that love to turn something deeper, something more profound?
What if it’s them who want to pursue something more; a relationship that is more than just friends? Would you let them? While you both gain something, you might also lose something in return.
What if your bestfriend wants to stay as friends, whatever their reasons? Should you respect their decision and their right to happiness, and stay as bestfriends? What about your happiness? They touch to console you that everything will be alright, despite knowing in your heart that you and them can’t go any further than where both of you currently are. And it hurts. Because you want to.
Everyone wants their lover to be their best-est friend, but can a bestfriend always become a lover?
Two other great and lyrical songs by Daniel Bedingfield that I instantly fell in love with:
And yes! Natasha Bedingfield, who sang the popular song ‘Unwritten’, is his sister! Go figure! Music runs in their blood.
This post is a response to Daily Post’s Daily Prompt:
Take a line from a song that you love or connect with. Turn that line into the title of your post.