You, an average looking girl, many boundaries, slender looking, and lonely
She took you in
Treated you as an equal
As a friend
She trusted you more than anything
She told you all her secrets
Past experiences, new experiences, even her crush!
All she asked for was secrecy, and nothing else
That boy for whom she had so long been longing for waits.
For the two are not strangers, Best friends 10 years you see!
Him tall slender, straight A student, respectable
Her bulk, emotionless, C+ student, this could never be!
She told you that she was going to conjure up the courage to ask that boy,
“Shh… it’s a secret.” She said
You nod and hand her a box,
Carefully she opens it, and inside an amulet coin lye within its borders,
“For luck!” you say
She puts it on a chain, and wears it every day!
“I’ll just have to get the timing right!” she replies
The moment of truth arrives can this be?
Heart pounding, the smell of rejection in the air,
She turns the corner and what does she see?
You… talking with him… her feelings flair
And she blots behind a corner
Can’t make out the words, only movements fill her mind?
He bows and turns in her direction.
She ‘Bumps’ into him and asks, “What happened?”
“I wasn’t ready for a relationship with her.” He replies
Looked at her and walked away all tired eyed.
Anger, frustration comes over her body,
But most of all confusion, why?
Why had you betrayed her?
She walks down the hall past you as if nothing had just happened there.
She turns toward you gave you a small glare and keeping her distance keeps walking,
A week goes by; she goes to your house
Maybe to find an explanation to the situation that had aroused.
Maybe you did it to protect her, maybe not,
But the water your in is boiling HOT!
“Why?” She asks
With a dirty grin, you reply
“Because, you’re weak!” Her heart sank
“You’re too nice, and therefore, easy to manipulate,
You trust to easily, you shouldn’t trust any one but yourself!”
She raises her head and begins to laugh,
“Ha ha!” she goes, “you did this all to get to me,
But… but you’re the one that got ***** slapped in the end.
He rejected you, so basically it was all for nothing!”
You just stand there emotionless, as if you were holding something back
But it wasn’t shame or anger, and she continues,
“And I’m not scared… no, not in the least bit!”
Liar, she was, for she was scarred to death of it,
That you would tell her secrets, but wait,
You were too self absorbed to remember any of it!
“You know what?” she said to you with a straightened face,
“Go to a mirror and take a good long look,
Cuz now you’re a ***** in my book!”
She bows and walks away,
For now there was nothing more left to say.
Months go by and she still wears your necklace,
The days turn to normal, but not quite, because of you,
She is stronger, as she ponders her past, and how horrible it was before you,
She sits there worrying, but that’s…
That’s another story.