Monday July 22, 2019
From a quote by Louise Bogan
When we were young we spent time hiding from each other in the mornings so we wouldn’t have to endure the small talk that had become of us.
I admit I was the one avoiding you because you could see into my skin and I didn’t like how I was treating you because of that.
I have already apologized and so have you but when we weren’t walking quietly on the kitchen tile, we were occupying the misunderstandings in the hallway.
You there in your fed up to here stance, hurling hardball truth to my jaw, me there mouth agape. Shocking how well the time we bottled knew how to explode in our faces.
I didn’t have excuses for my behaviour but I gave you my reasons and you didn’t care. You weren’t having any of it because you had had enough.