Angry Friendship - Poem by Brandon Griffee
Laying on the grassy ground,
conversing with a rock I'd found,
It told me a spew of lies,
so I threw it in the road to die.
A truck drove by with a 'clunk! ',
Swerving into muck it sunk,
Walking over to see the damage,
'Twas a disturbing image.
Painted on the surface of the rock was a drawing of a malignant hand gesture that was aimed in my direction.
So I threw that damned rock into a volcano and watched it melt as shared my middle finger with it.
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