Louie Thompson

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So Called 'Friendship' - Poem by Louie Thompson

You mean nothing to me
I can't believe I was your friend.
Our friendship never could
have lasted to us to the end.

You were the one,
that tore us apart.
You wanted him for you
from the very start.

Then you go
and take her side, not mine.
That to me, is nothing
more than a sign.

Now you're here,
staring at me.
Flirting with him,
telling me there's nothing here to see.

I can't believe
I ever called you a friend.
You weren't there for me,
not even a shoulder to lend.

I'll pass by,
and not say a word to you.
This is how is has to be,
something you forced me to do.

Comments about So Called 'Friendship' by Louie Thompson

  • (4/19/2006 10:18:00 PM)

    Woah.. I hate it when that happens. It's happened to me before so I know what you're feeling. Sometimes you accept your friends as 'true friends' Then they mess it up by something silly as that. Hey, don't let this get to you, just keep your head up by not letting her see the pain but let her sort of feel it 'Non physical' Yah mean? She'll come around once it don't work out with him, watch. Then she'll be BEGGIN' for you back. If not forget her, real friends don't hurt real friends. Anyways, Great poem! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 20, 2006

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