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Apr 2016
I’ve drawn a thin line
Between ignorance
and confidence.

My ego grows by
the day,
making me out to be
maybe, just maybe,
not what I want to be.

Standing outside
in the middle of
with a t-shirt and jeans on,
holding a draft beer in my
right hand and a cigarette
in my left
“I’ll live forever.”

Hitting on girls
in front of their significant other.

My line is thin,
it only grows thinner.

Day by day,
night by night,
I don’t become better
Like I think I do.

I’ve become worse.

And it’s because of you.
JS Turner
Written by
JS Turner  Phllipsburg, NJ
(Phllipsburg, NJ)   
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