Liliana EL.


Talk About These Nights


Dark nights going
Friends up chilling
Shaking soda
Chips in dip
Popcorn bowl passed around
Super Bowl was facepalm whoah

On top of each other
Laughing
Playing hard

Take an hour to shower
Wake up to a snow day

Friends get together
Friends are such bums
It's snowy, I'm sick

Well, I'm still going for my run
Friends going
My group is set
More friends, more relations
Connect past the surface
People connections
Deeper than a smile and a hi

Sitting
Snuggling
Dark room
TV resonating
Voices traveling
Warmth, freedom, support, jokes, love

Submitted: Monday, February 03, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
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