Matters Of Making (And Keeping) Friends Poem by Rachel L. Z.

Matters Of Making (And Keeping) Friends



I'm not sure what you're thinking
But I don't fall apart if we don't 'hang out'
I hear the pity behind your words
Like I'm totally helpless without you

It's not your decision if I'm happy
In case you haven't heard, you're not all I have
You need to learn how to rely on yourself
You won't always have someone else there

You love to remind me how often you've seen them
Like I actually miss two-faced friends
You want to adore them, you go right ahead
Just wait until they turn on you, too

Popularity can't replace your instincts
Learn who you can trust or no one is real
In the matters of making and keeping friends
Quality, not quantity, is best

I know you'll never listen to me
I must have no clue what I'm talking about
But if you remember a few years back
She was my best friend, too, and left me behind

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