stephanie paredes

My Friend Breakup Poem... - Poem by stephanie paredes

I see you over there
I can sense the smell in the air
You haven't showered in a week
You smell like little old man's feet
It's funny how you stop and stare
When no one else is even there
You think everybody likes you
Don't you get the clue?
Your face annoys me
I sometimes want you just to POP
It's sad that I didn't get the chance to do that job
Oh well ill go on with my life
You should try that sometime

You remind me of my soda can
I stepped on it some hours ago
It's funny how people would want to take the blame
But no you're just not ashamed
You're not worth my time
I hear you say that all the time
Yet you keep on bothering me
Saying please I didn't mean it
No it's ok
I'll take the blame maybe you'll finally learn something.

I can't believe we were ever friends
We were complete opposites:
I liked coke
You liked Pepsi
I wore vans
You wear converse
I like cats
You like dogs
Now you can see we had nothing alike.
My hand hurts from writing all this
I should just put backspace on this 'poem'
I hope you see what you have done
Making people do the wrong
You try to change the people around you
They don't like you
You may seem nice at first but you were probably switched at birth
The person you were probably switched with was nice
But ugh what a horrible mistake the hospital made
You're such a bad liar
You would look great handing out flyers as your job
You think you're going to live in a mansion
Honey you don't even know how to do a fraction

I hope you know what this means
I kind of spilled out you identity
People here already know you were never the one running the show
You're so retarded thinking you are right.
But let me tell you something
It's a secret
You can't tell anyone
You were right when you told me I'm ugly
I denied it but now I take it back.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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