A Question For My Ex-best Friend

A Question For My Ex best Friend short poem

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Differences do in fact come and go
Only to find that time does slow

Young, old, it does not matter
Only for yourself do you live
Unyielding for nothing, extremely trivial.

Something is telling me, and I know
Extra credit means more than what you show
Ending with nothing, like irrelevant snow

Why do you not see where you are going
Hanging from your neck of two is two more
And they are not from you, but the other thing showing
Twins who are apart, yet live in each others’ store.

You deserve better than the Purple Devil and Miniature Monster
Only you make the choice, yet you choose to be with them
Underrating yourself again and again

Are you even seeing what you’ve become?
Really, I know that my time is done
Ever non-effective, on you as your sum?

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