Different Now - Poem by Jessica Elizondo
When does a smile become akward, then go extinct?
Why does a simple conversation become rare and unheard of?
When does the friendship we shared go down the drain?
Maybe its because I needed to leave, or maybe because sometimes I think you secretly wanted me to.
Why does the look in your eyes change when you see me?
Am I not the same?
These questions are questions that don't matter anymore.
We don't need to talk, don't look at me or wave.
I don't want to start this cycle over again,
I don't want to cave.
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