Sugar Bear


Until You Were Pregnant - Poem by Sugar Bear

The tire swing is where we used to play
And up it’s tree was our favorite place
Were we would pretend to see the world
Us, Two little girls
You were my first best friend on this earth..
Kindergarten went as it came
So did 6th grade
Till seventh when I finally moved away
It had seemed miles and miles across the town
Our tree died a year later and the city chopped it down
And now
You’re no where to be found
I called you up time and time again
Old best friend
But you had moved the month after I did
It’s been many years, about a billion tears
I believe, God must of heard my prayer
Cause I saw your face
On my Myspace
You looked different older just not the same
Your status told me something so very pained
You were married, and you had a child
A child? You’re just a child!
How my mind went wild
I never got the memo it seemed you forgot about little me
When my best friend was all I wanted to see
You swore to me we’d have our children at the same time
So they could grow up together best friends like you were mine
And we would never move away
No, never move away
Because together forever we’d stay
We even spit, crossed our hearts and swore on it
I call you up and now you just don’t have to time
To catch a movie or stay the night cause the baby’s on your mind
It’s so strange because my new house has an old tire swing
Even though you’re never here
It belongs to you and me

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011


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