Unintelligible Susurration


Similarities


You and my father
Are similar
but not in many ways
I regret to say
you are only the same
in one way not two

But this irritates me
the most
because it's the one quality
I despise

Oh wait
Maybe not
I have thought of another
similarity

You both
flee from the situation
when you can't take it
anymore

I just laugh
at both of you
You are both pathetic!
You don't face your problems
and try to solve them yourself.

Yet you tell me
that I should think before
I speak
Ha!

Excuse me, mister
I think you are very wrong
I actually triumph
when it comes to conflicts

The reason as to why you leave
is sometimes understood
but is mostly just irriational
Just because you are angry
doesn't mean you need to
open the door and disappear
or just say, 'I can't talk to you.
Good night.'

I have put up with this
for much too long
I can't do anything about it
I can't change you
but I hope that if you read this
you understand what I mean
I want to tell you directly
without any double meanings
that if you don't STOP
I will run away
and never come back
and never speak to you again.

Do I make myself clear?

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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