Goodbye Friend Poem

Just when you think a friendship could last forever, reality hits you hard!

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© Kriselda more by Kriselda

August 2008

Bye 4 Now

Hey, I hope you're having fun in Baltimore
Since I don't get a call, text, or reply anymore
You used to be family, a friend, a homie, my cuzo until the end
But I guess you truly found yourself within them, "your real friends"
I hope the friends you've made will always be by your side
'Cause this is the last time you'll hear from me
I'm no longer your ride or die
I've tried my best to keep the M.A.R.K. together
But screw it, I guess this is for the better
But it's all good, you don't have to worry about us out here
You couldn't even make it to my graduation or my 18th birthday party, my dear
The most important days of my life you were nowhere near
A friend is what you used to be
Someone I could talk to and sit around and be me
Too bad I wasn't invited on your birthday
I guess it didn't matter to you, and for that I reason I say
I hope you make it, you were always smart
When I see you again is the day we make a new start

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