Katherine Sessor

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Fighting Friends


I'm just laying here upon my bed
with unwanted thoughts roaming through my mind
I cannot shake these feelings of confusion and dread
I just want to forget this and put it behind

When will this drama ever end
Why do they have to fight
There is no way I can pretend
That this is going to be alright

I hate to see them this way
I wish I could do something about this
They keep on fighting day by day
Them getting along is what I wish

I want to end all this, but I have no clue
Being in the middle is not where I want to be
So here I am thinking what I should do
So I guess I'll wait till tomorrow and just see

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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