Aria Mendez

Rookie (06-12-1991 / Monterrey, MX)

A Walking Lifestyle Poem by Aria Mendez

Some walks seem to last a lifetime
We are arguing over stupid things
Then we give the silent treatment
A sudden outburst of laughter
We make up

We are arguing over stupid things again
Anger seems to be the overcoming emotion
We both just stare at each other, we are silent
A sudden outburst of tears
You walk away

We give the silent treatment
I call, you reject, and vice-versa
No more arguing, laughter or crying
A sudden outburst of fear
Please don't leave

A sudden outburst of laughter
Haven't laughed like that in a while
Yet, that laughter brings me to a silencing
Outburst of sadness, knowing
That you left

That walk is no longer feeling like a lifetime

Submitted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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