My So Called Friends
Author: Ashley R
They don't call to see if I'm doing alright
They don't check out the poems that I write.
We were really good friends
til their time at school had to end.
Now they go to New Tech High
Cause, they wanted everyone at Anderson to die.
Since they go to a different school
everything between us, is no longer cool.
They don't even talk to me,
Probably cause I hang out with this girl Jessi.
They have changed in so many ways.
I wish we could go back to the Golden days.
The days when we wouldn't fight.
The day we knew our friendship wouldn't be trite.
No, they hang out with this Ashley chick.
And what she does behing their backs,
really makes me sick.
But what she says and does, they follow in her tracks.
She's put Rachel and Chels through so much shit,
whenever she would flirt
when she knows damn-well that she should quit.
Because it's only going to make em' hurt.
You know, Ashley, you could be nice
but no, you're just rude
you have to be crude.
And for that you must pay the price...
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Brittany Walker (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, March 16 2005, 01:57 am|
ahsley there is so many people out there that can make you feel like that but i will tell you right now i will be your best friend til the end and nothing or no one will change or take that away from you not even your mother...i will love you forever your like my little sister and friends will come and go as well as those stupid boyfriends of yours, but your best friend will remain in your life.....love you always and forever.....later dayz ash
love always and forever
Brittany Christine Walker
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