Just Kay


I love you, Jonnyboy. Poem by Just Kay


So this is your gravestone, huh.

It's just like your mom said.

Kinda pretty, actually.

You wouldn't like it.

It's not manly enough for you.

...

Why do people do it?

Why YOU, Jonnyboy?

Expecially during graduation time.

The kids are trying to take final exams, for gods sake!

You were going to graduate on Friday, Jonnyboy.

...

It disrupted the whole community.

I couldnt have been THAT bad.

It was just a girl, a stupid girl.

A girl, Jonnyboy.

It's hard to belive you thought no one would care.

You should have seen the people at your funeral.

...

And why at a party?

Dont you think it was a little bit scary?

For all those kids to find you like that?

...

You know what, Jonnyboy?

Whatever.

It was your choice.

I love you, Jonnyboy.

See you next Sunday.

Submitted: Sunday, June 8, 2008
Edited: Friday, September 12, 2008
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