I've written a million and eight things about you
over the months and
For every page were a thousand thoughts.

You, were there for my ups and downs
Through my hardest times.
And when I was by myself, I was never alone,
Because you were there.

I imagined it was you.
When I looked and when I shopped
I imagined it was you
At restaurants work
And in my bed

She loved my heroes
And hated, my enemies
When anyone, tried to kill me
She hid behind her house
and killed them first.

I went back through the millionand8 things and found that they were
All the same,
ongoing play
Of a lonely child, and his made up friend,
Of an insecure child.
Who smashes and cries
His eyes out, and hated
And hated.

But some how made a bond.
Based on love and peace with his friend
The play continued on.
The role of the child
became more impressive to himself
and as time went by
the imaginary friend started losing interest
and so did the people who came to watch.
Only friends of the child showed
Friends of his make belief love
Didn't show at all

She loved my heroes
And hated my enemies
When anyone try to kill me
She hid behind her house
and killed them first.

She loved my heroes
And hated my enemies
When anyone try to kill me
She hid behind her house
She hid behind her house
She hid behind her house
and killed them first.


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    General CommentPretty straightforward: he's got an imaginary friend, almost an imaginary lover even.
    Anilandon July 03, 2011   Link

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