We never got to be teenagers together, because by that time, I was gone. I needed to be, or I would have been forever but leaving you behind was painful.
You bullied me, but I held faith that it was just you being a kid.
But we never got to be teenagers, doing the simple things like sitting next to eachother on the sofa I wanted to be there after your first kiss, to gossip over boys. I want to share a drink, a joint, a tattoo, with you.