Enialb - Poem by Paige Venegas
She's told me the truth, the painful and funny truth.
I never listened to her, when I shouldve.
She's always tried to help me, but I never let her.
I always did something to screw up.
Ive pushed her so far, its pushed me to the edge of what Ive done and said.
We've through a lot.
Fits more than laughs. Anger more than smiles.
Missing her is what I hate.
I dont want to miss her.
I want her to know that I want her by myside,
The two old women in the nursing home,
Causing a whole lot of trouble in wheel chairs.
I come to the rainy days of finding childhood photos.
Me and her mainly.
The days, of not just me, us both,
Smiles that brightned everyones day.
The two people in the family that were the closest.
The two who argued the most.
But only one that missed the other more than ever.
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