Maddiie Vali

Who Am I To Judge Her?

She walks and talks
like she's the best,
although most people
truly detest,
the way she acts around them.
 
We were the best of friends
back then,
what has happened,
how will it end,
I wonder.
 
She changed,
I changed,
That's all I know,
for if we are ever close again,
It will never be the way it used to be.
 
Is she mean
'cause she is so,
or does she just not really know,
herself and how to act,
but then again,
she's a person too,
so, who am I to judge her. 

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 05/02/2010.

 

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