Misunderstanding Between Two Fools - Poem by Krista Thomas
Misunderstanding Between Two Fools
Ashlie: hey sweetheart what do you want from the concession stand?
Jackie: I don’t know, I think I should go with you.
Ashlie: no no no… that’s fine I’ll get it, I don’t want to take the chance of you seeing one of your annoying friends.
Jackie: my friends are not annoying, and if you keep thinking they are, then why do you keep talking to them?
Ashlie: well possibly because I like one of them, and I have been seeing him for a couple of months now without you knowing. I’m really sorry, but I’m leaving you for one of your friends, I need you to go home and get your stuff out of my house. Dylan is moving in with me so I need the extra space.
Jackie: but baby I love you, we can work this out…I swear I can change.
Ashlie: yeah you need to change that shirt, you have had on since yesterday.
Jackie: no baby… don’t leave me, I want this and I want you, but you don’t see it. If you ever “loved” me, you wouldn’t be leaving me now.
Ashlie: I’m just getting sick of you and I think that if we walk away from this now, it would be better. Oh and by the way, Dylan is ten times better than you, he actually knows how to care for a girl.
Jackie: Care for a girl? Yeah right he’s worse than me, but that’s beyond the point. The point is that, I still love you and all you are going to do leave me here with a broken heart.
Ashlie: love is a misunderstanding between two fools.
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