From Our Readers: I Only Wanted You to Notice Me

No matter how hard I tried, it was her. And it would always be her.
by You!   |  Oct 8, 2015
ART Trixie Ison
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I Only Wanted You To Notice Me

We all want to make a mark in people's hearts and minds. Don't ever judge attention seekers, because we all look for some kind of attention, maybe just in different ways.

Sometimes, we seek it in a showy and obvious way. But just because some people don't show it as clearly as others doesn't mean they don't feel the need to be given attention.

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We all want to be remembered. And we want to be remembered because of the good we've done.

I only wanted to be noticed. Yes, I was an attention seeker but I only wanted yours. I found it so hard to catch your attention. No matter how many times I walked passed you or tried to impress you, you never noticed me.

You were too blinded by the girl who broke your heart. And it burned me alive that I couldn't be the one by your side. I wasn't the one you needed. No matter how hard I tried, it was her. And it would always be her.


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We were friends only because we were classmates. At first, I thought you were fond of girls who were focused on their academics, because you only talked to me when you would copy my homework. But then, I only saw your eyes brighten when she was the one who recited in class.

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No matter how hard I tried, it was her. And it would always be her.


I thought you were impressed with musically talented girls. I played the guitar in front of you and sang songs of your favorite bands, but my voice wasn't the one you wanted to hear.

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Now, I've transferred schools, and we've gone separate ways. I thought that this would be the key to forgetting you and wanting your attention. Why am I waiting of your text telling me you miss me? And that you want to see me? Texts that I know will never come but I'm still hoping for.

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