Playing At The Park Alone - Poem by Austin Terando
Playing at the park alone
My comfort level falls
Computer puts you in a zone
You ignore your social calls
Tell me, do you treat everyone like this?
Or is it only me?
You think I’ll come and give you a kiss?
And turn you and I to we?
If I however stop talking to you
I suppose you’ll never notice
Since all I really was was who
Your friendship’s truly bogus
Until my death, I will cry
For the one who never cared
I hope someday that you’ll ask why
Your life was never shared
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