You were so great to me...
You fed me, clothed me and loved me.
You took me on bike rides and walks.
We chased the ice cream truck,
Just to get my favorite spongebob treat.
We were a team.
You chased my demons away,
only to become them.
Now we are screaming at each other,
Kicking and hitting.
You choked me,
and I couldn't breathe.
I accused you of it,
You denied it.
We don't ever talk,
and it kills me.
Can't we just swallow our pride?
Buy some band aids
And patch up our broken hearts?
I love you,
I miss you.
Your Heart Broken Daughter That Needs Her Dad
I am so terribaddddd
And so, dear poets, your prompt:
Write a poem in the form of a letter about friendship gone not quite the way you wanted it to go. Friendship denied, friendship taken for granted, friendship ruptured and either mended or not, or...of course, blissful friendship. That's allowed too. It could be a letter to your wonderful or not-so-wonderful friend, real or imagined, or it could be a letter of advice about friendship.