This Is What Your Twisted Perception Of “friendship” Has Caused Me To Write - Poem by Taylor Petty
Sometimes, when you ditch me to fix your hair,
I want to put glue in your conditioner.
Sometimes, when you cut off our conversation to talk about your make-up,
I want to replace that white eye-shadow that you love so much with itching powder.
Sometimes, when I see you take advantage of a great person,
I want to tell him what happened to the other great people you took advantage of.
Sometimes, when call yourself “going of on me, ”
I want to tell you why I can’t stand to be around you.
Sometimes, when you act so irresponsible,
I want to spread rumors about you so bad, that you will have no more friends to piss off.
Sometimes, when you come down on me about my faults,
I want to remind you of your “little habit” (or I think cry for attention)
Sometimes, when you make everything into a pity party for yourself,
I want to tell you how much I don’t care about him standing you up at the school dance.
Sometimes, when you take a breath near me,
I want you to choke as you read this.
But only sometimes…
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