Screw You

This is just a quick note to say that I have revealed the unthinkable to “you know who” and have found new meaning to friendship. I guess it’s safe to say that you and I are strangers now, and you will probably never know exactly how I feel – maybe you have a clue, maybe you don’t. Maybe you’re too wrapped up in your new plastic, loveless, artificial life. Speaking of life, have I told you how permanently you messed up mine? The face of my “lifelong” best friend is also the face of my lifelong enemy, and I am lost in this mix and somehow despondent to you and your existence. Can you see the change in me? You must have calculated the occurrence of my resentment for you when I hit adulthood. Are we really this messed up? I will protect those I love from the truth, but as no one was able to protect me from you, including myself, I dedicate my dreams, accomplishments, failures, and future attempts to overcome your influence to the little girl who needed attention.


Author: Lindsay Niemann

Writer | Graphic Artist