Treasure Island

Jaylen Thomas

(March 8,1996 / Lake Charles)

Friends (Pt.1)


Friends come and go
Just like an emotion you get for someone that you love
When you first meet you think your friend for life
Until you meet a new crowd of people

Then its another story
They start acting differently
They're a totally different person
You argue over a bunch of nonsense

But even though the seem different
A part of you still feels obligated to be friends
But the other part of you just wants to leave them be
Although its so hard to do when they've changed so much

Its so confusing that you just don't know what to do
You really don't know ho to act around that person
And it feels like your growing apart
So basically your just stuck

You keep trying so much you start to think whats the point
And after a while you get tired of it
Its no of even trying anymore
Yet you still wish things could be the way they were

Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, February 01, 2012
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