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by Man S
Rated: · Poetry · Other · #1638938
One should know the difference between frindship and love.
The True Friendship
It is not the way you think
It has to be the way it is.
Voice kept haunting.
I smiled as my mind
Swam back across my memory
I felt gay. “Let’s have some fun”
I packed up, snatched my wallet
For other packing were undesired.
I was on the road.
There she was—all shining and glittering.
The breaks screeched –
Two moons peeped out
And beckoned me to hop in
She was all friends
A real cordial one.
I was real crazy nut I never knew
Those crushes were deadly.
She sat in front of me
Waiter carried the order
I picked the chance.
“Cathy! Let me pour off”
She smiled all the way
Rays of hope lit the cabin
I was too blind to face the dazzling rays
Came out the word spontaneously
I saw a hand rise
And things went black.
It is not the way you think
It has to be the way it is.
She walked out
And left me cold and dead.
Man. S.
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