Sara Panicali

Rookie - 10 Points (august 28 1990)

Boring


You're boring in every way
I don't know if it's making love
Or just letting me do
What I want to do
But you lay there like a lump
Spontaneous isn't a word that exists to you
There's nothing new
No matter how many times I bring it up
You don't care, all you say is I'm trying to start shit
It's been several months
I'm tired of living this way
Something needs to give
If not, I'm sure I'll do
What I never let myself do before
You keep saying you'll try
But I guess that's just another lie
Something I should have already known
That's the one thing you do so good

Submitted: Friday, January 17, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 20, 2014

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