Kemi Kemms

Rookie - 46 Points (2.1.1984 / Celje, Slovenia)

Wrong Friendship - Poem by Kemi Kemms

You call me every time
You feel like crying
I have no intention
To help you every day

You ask me stupid questions
I don't know answers to
I don't want to be your teacher
It's a job no one would take

You call me for laughing
Making jokes out of me
You should have known by now
That I don't find it funny

You want to discuss about things
You know nothing about
Sometimes it's better
To be quiet

You call me for shopping
Spending your parent's money
I don't like spoiled daughters
Or mama's little sons

You call me to blame others
When it's obvious it's you
You only drink my energy
Our friendship cannot go through


Comments about Wrong Friendship by Kemi Kemms

  • Saadat Tahir (8/14/2012 3:04:00 PM)


    So often we are faced with this appalling situational trap....
    The earlier one opts out the better for both....

    I so identified with yer lines and loved reading it...a difficult and traumatic situation handled poetically and very well indeed

    Cool… :)
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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012



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