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by Neil
Rated: E · Poetry · Friendship · #2197011
Two girls, friends since childhood, one got Cancer, the other vanity then abandoned her.
She's so pretty....just ask her so
But beneath the surface a horror story lurks
Your best friend with every promise made
So long as you have all of the perks

Her lips they pout
Those breasts they shout
“Look at me I'm so pretty!”
If only she saw what we all see
Shallow beauty only skin deep

The mirror distorts and her image flows
Down the drain with the bleach and her friends
Who cares so long as a profits made
Fake it all until the bitter end

Without need for moral values
Worshipping only the almighty dollars
What value is a lifelong friend
None at all with so many FB followers

Strutting down the road of life
Catching a glimpse in a widow's reflection
A troubled frown shows the lines of doubt
Age it seems is ruining her perfection

While we all pass the years with grace
Her inability to accept the inevitable slide
A lift of the hips and a pouting of the lips
From only one person does she hide

What a pity that she only gets
Her procedures done externally
It's on the inside she needs the work done
An ego that remains eternally







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