The soft petal-like wisps of romance mixed with a hushed musical score. It swelled with recognition. The dawning feeling was of rightness. And the place to fit was exacting. The rush of emotions surged. And they broke with the excited gasps of the breath of realization. I laughed. The thought of longing to find someone. Someone to love lurked in my mind. It wasn’t a dream. It was now! Life has brought me to this point and I laughed. The sheer joy of attainment was here. I laughed with happiness because it was my joy. It was my time.
Both of those two That day brawled Sworn about the tolls "Reincarnation, We both shall be boys next life!" For then they could combat And he,finally could hit 'she' Who then be he Pleased ,said she: I shall reciprocate thee Laughed at it Both rolled giggling arms in arms Or heads on the beseated knees
You looked me in the eye With the same smile you gave me A long time ago. You let me order your coffee for you I knew which one It's still the same From a long time ago.
I laughed about the jokes you told me You laughed at how unfunny Mine were And you playfully hit me I frowned, you laughed, I laughed, you laughed again And said sorry Just like you did A long time ago.
The worst of it all Was that when your hand Accidentally brushed mine I shivered Just like I did A long long time ago.
You and I were different From all the Other kids You and I had demons that the others never did. You and I felt feelings never hesitant to share. you had Gall to say the thing that I would never dare. You laughed at my mock confidence and saw right through my Show. You showered me with compliments that sent me all aglow. I was a writer on the brink of breaking down in tears; You wrote songs that spoke about my pain for all those years. You watched me weary eyed and tired when life would be me down. You told me "Show your bravery and get out of this town." "Follow me," you murmured "There's a peaceful world beyond, free from all insanity where we'd laugh and share and bond." "Don't be Silly!" I'd reply, dormant in a daze I never thought, I never saw, till you vanished in the haze. Your funeral was touching: A mirror of your presence Your words were read--Your songs were heard; You're memory's effervescent. So here's to you, my fallen friend I raise my glass in sorrow. Because never will I say again: "Oh, I'll tell him Tomorrow."
She was like a banana. The best part of her was on the inside. The amount of insulin I'd need trying to devour her whole. God knows how much I love the thought of that. The effect she'd have on me. Each time I'd see her I'd unravel her piece by piece until all of her shown like never before. The only problem was I was allergic to bananas. Although her smell was intoxicating. One taste of her and my throat would instantly swell. Though I wouldn't prefer anything artificial. I wanted the real thing. When I revealed all of this to her she just laughed. She laughed her *** off as a matter of fact. Rocking back and forth. Her little brown shoes clicking together. Her yellow skin now a bit red. Her freckles now in full view. When I asked why she laughed she said its quite alright. Most people I've met speak so highly of themselves. Your the first person to admit you correctly know how to open a banana.
I reemphasized myself again this time straightening my back to become as tall as possible to intimidate and deliver the words like heat seeking missiles aimed for earth’s ever-beating heart and before I could begin I heard a baby giggle this made me giggle and the whole bowlful of crowd laughed along with us as I let the doves flutter out of my hat
We used to swing under the big willow tree We lived 3 doors down from each other We were princesses who fought dragons We could save the kingdom and find our prince by lunch time Our moms laughed and talked about how cute we were Four years old was a cute age
Fast forward a bit We went into elementary school innocent and young Boys had cooties Girls had cooties Kickball always ended with someone getting hit in the face We would always sit out feild and pick grass and shape it into a little birds nest Life was good Until your parents started fighting and I mean really fighting. It scared me and I would have to go home I would make you come with me three doors down Our moms didn’t laugh anymore By Christmas break your parents were broken up and divorced Eight years old was a confusing age
Junior high was mean. Girls would rip you to shreds and then hang pieces of you on everyone’s lockers Boys just wanted to make out A whirlwind of uncontrolled hormones We were the quiet ones Always flew under the radar Just trying to make it out alive We found a little spot to each lunch under the stairs where no one would go We giggled and talked about boys who didn’t even know that we existed I remember crying in the bathroom with you because people were brutal and we weren’t good enough Our moms worried about us and how distant we were becoming Thirteen years old was a sad age
Highschool is another story You were put in the hospital for a month I was left at school alone I had to find more friends I found most of them were fake So I ate my lunch in a bathroom stall Reading all the swear words that were carved in the wall You were really sick and we grew apart We were always close We will always love each other You tried to save me from myself But I didn’t let you Seventeen was an important age
Now we are at different colleges I tried to **** myself while you were getting an A on your anatomy test It’s sad We don’t swing under the big willow tree or fight dragons anymore Our moms hardly talk You are a success and I am a failure We don’t really mesh I miss you every day I’m sorry I can’t be good enough for you We were princesses who lived three doors down, we saved the kingdom. I love you I’m sorry this has faded Just like everything else Nineteen years old is a dying age.