Not My Friends, A Stranger
Author: The Lost Girl
I kept the secret of my cutting for so long,
I kept it hidden, and tried to stay stong,
but then, unfortunately, three people found out.
They all handled it differently, without a doubt.
The first to hear was my best guy friend.
When he found out, this is how he took it,
he screamed and he yelled and said it was stupid.
The second to find out, was a girl,
she's the greatest friend in the entire world.
When I told her, she didn't say a word.
she cried and weeped and prayed to the lord.
The third to accidently find out,
was the one I didn't know very well.
I just knew, that in school, she was the one who caused hell.
She seemed to notices the continuous scars,
and knew that fighting with your cat didn't go that far.
For the first time in public, she bared sentimental eyes,
and was the first to tell me, it would be alright.
It amazed me how it wasn't my closest friends who helped me,
it was a stranger in the shadows who told me what could be.
------- Author's Notes -------
Comments are appreciated
Comments on this poem/writing:
|shaz (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, January 11 2005, 03:03 am|
lost girl first thanks for your comments to my poetry. Second why is it us poets suffer first to be able to write? I hear you and hope your life has improved.
|shaz (188.8.131.52) -- Tuesday, January 11 2005, 03:08 am|
is there no help for you. I see you suffer greatly. Keep writing you have a talent
|dark3nstar (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, April 15 2005, 08:51 pm|
that was a really deep poem but most of the time its true that your best friends dont understand b/c they have no clue what the heck your talking about... but thats good some one noticed... that means that that one person cares enough and should be your friend
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