Shauna Stoltz

Rookie (03/02/1990 / Washington)

calling names


someone calls me a name
but I brush it off
wanting to show them
that I am tough

you call me this
every single day
and with such bliss
you humiliate me

you talk about me
behind my back
everyday with
a different attack

you say you care
about our friendship
but you always
sail a different ship

a ship that's hard
for me to fallow
when I'm near you
it's hard to swallow

because I never know
what you'll say tomorrow
what will it take
to end my sorrow

to end this pain
that I feel from you
I have to tell you
how I really feel

I can't take this
from you anymore
so now I tell you
we're friends no more.

Submitted: Friday, March 30, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 09, 2011
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