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Evelyn Castillo

Rookie (06-19-1993 / Sylmar)

You Tell Me!


Not a friend
Chances are manipulations
Chances arent what friendships are made of
Thats not a friendship
Feels more like a job
I dont want to be put to the test
You say things like i never cared
But at this point why should i care
You only remember the moments that you want
You only think of the bad
You seem to think of me as a 'worker'
Not as a friend
I cant please everyone
I should'nt have to please you!
I shouldnt have to watch every step i take.
Feels like im on a tight rope
Like i cant make a mistake
Youve made mistakes as well
True friendships arent based on mistakes
Frienships are made up of people that care
And the times you have spent
Times to come can be good too
But only if a friendship is true!

Submitted: Friday, March 11, 2011
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