At Random Times/Oh, I think of you (A simplistic poem for The never ending struggle of me&S.V)

You pop in my mind 

At random times

Brushing my messy hair

Listening to people insult me

And showing I don’t care

Sitting in math class

When my brother is an ass

vacuuming my room

Looking at a picture I drew

So ugly it faced certain doom

Turning on my alarm clock every night 

before school the next day
Staring at the horror at my morning hair’s startling sight
Oh, I think of you
This I can say

Tying my shoes

Listening to the news

Scratching an ant bite

 Pulling my shoelaces tight

Eating dinner

Telling one of my friends to go get her

Petting my dog

Stepping in muds like bogs

All these things aren’t good times

To drift off to the past

To think of the good and bad 

Evolving around the topic of you

But is there a good time?

…………..No………..

There isn’t…….

But I want this to go away

I don’t want to think of you

but really,

There’s nothing I can do 

Now
Oh, I think of you
You and all things evolving around you

May last forever

In my head

Haunting me past high school 

And college

Through jobs

Through retirement 

I ruined things

I’ll remember what I’ve done

Like a  caring father remembers forever hitting his son

Damn,What have I done??!?

Oh, these thoughts have won!

I’ll think of you at random times far into the future

Job interviews

Getting groceries

Brushing my teeth

Signing checks

Looking at decks

Longing for trips to the beach

Cleaning dog shit

Taking a break to sit

I’ll be thinking of you

Quite likely,

I’ll be thinking of you

Quite likely
You pop into my mind

At random times
Oh, I think of you

It’s true

Oh, I think of you

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