Amanda DeFrancisco

Rookie (2/24/1990 / Syocett, NY)

High School Drama - Poem by Amanda DeFrancisco

They make me laugh,
They make me cry.
For any of them
I would gladly die.
I'd take a bullet
Right through my heart
Just so we
Would never part.
We were fine in the beginning,
Just a big circle of love.
I swore they were angels
God sent from above.
But as the years progressed
They started to change.
I had a bad feeling
Things would never be the same.
One went psycho,
No one was safe in her path.
Things were great with the rest,
But how long could that last?
The crazy one, the loud one,
The one I consider my sister.
I found out this year
Just how much I would miss her.
A misunderstanding,
A stupid mistake.
I didn't know
How much it would take.
We're doing better now,
But it's npt the same.
Sometimes I feel like
My whole life's been rearranged.
Out of four I have two.
They've been by my side.
Around them, I know
I don't have to hide.
But, as i feared,
They're changing too.
Someone, please help me!
I don't know what to do. I can't loose them.
It'll break my heart.
I don't want us ever
To be apart.
But one's getting annoyed.
I can hear it in her voice.
She doesn't like the drama,
But this wasn't my choice!
I guess I have one
Who will always care.
Whenever I need her
I know she'll be there.
If she's not busy, that is,
Making promises she can't keep.
Then I'll have to deal on my own,
Crying myself yo sleep.
Don't think I regret meeting them
From what you have read,
Because I don't.
Remember, like I said:
They make me laugh,
They make me cry.
For any of them,
I would gladly die.
I'll hold them in my heart
For now until Forever's end.
Who are these people?
They are my best friends.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 8, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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