You sat with a girl,

From science,

And watched your friends laugh,

On the other side,

Of the gym.

Your homework from Latin class,

Lay open in  your lap,

But your pencil wasn’t on paper,

Because it was hard,

Watching them act,

Like you didn’t exist,

Because you chose to sit,

With a “nobody.”

People had told you,

That they were fake friends,

And that you were,

Just a pity case,

But you ever believed it,

Until today,

Because to them,

You didn’t exist anymore,

Just because you sat,

With a “nobody.”

And it made you wonder,

Why some people were so mean,

As put others below them,

Because they chose,

To treat everyone,

Like they deserved to be treated.


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