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Aaliya Keys Poems
You could never see the world through my eyes. I wish you could, I wish I could see it through yours. It takes two to be friends but if one cannot stay Then the friendship finishes.
I Grew Up
I used to love Jammy Dodgers. The jam had just the right amount of Strawberry and sugar and the biscuit was Not too hard. I don’t like them anymore.
And the rocket shoots up Into the air and I will never be this close to it Ever again. The thrusters whistle and the fuel burns brighter
The lights flashed on your face in that Way and I saw your green eyes flash back at me. I don’t know if you caught me staring as Your eyes were glued to the map.
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You could never see the world through my eyes.
I wish you could, I wish I could see it through yours.
It takes two to be friends but if one cannot stay
Then the friendship finishes.
We were drifting apart anyway, right?
Like two little ducks. Living, but drifting.
We don't talk like we used to.
I miss that.
It's better to be independent.
Because when I go, or when you go,
We'll be stuck. Because we depend on eachother.
It's worse to cry over a lost friend and remember losing them
Than it is to cry over somebody who you used to know.