Taylor Dee

Friends - Poem by Taylor Dee

As we sat
By the flaming orange and red fire.
We talked
About our flaws,
Our honors
As i talk
All i could do-
All i could do was stutter
I don't want to be alone.

She tried to say things,
Spill her feelings.
She was a paint can,
Spilt everywhere.
All she wanted, needed,
Was a friend.
No foe
To make her mad.
She doesn't want
To be alone.

We talked, spilt,
Till dawn, our flaws, our honors.
The good,
However, the bad.
The wonderful,
On the other hand,
The horrible, terrible things.
Neither of us want to be alone.

As her other friend,
She came in.
She became my worst foe.
She acted as if she was my friend,
She wasn't.
I wasn't hers.
I was like a bird, all alone.

As my friend came in,
My friend,
She became her worst foe.
They acted
Like they were friends,
They became our foes,
We weren't alone.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 2, 2006

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