chapter 63 | father
when I speak to you on the phone,
I struggle for things to say.
you ask me questions like
"how's your day?"
and all I can think of is
the time you left, that day.
you laugh when I say my depression is finally being gentle with me
like you're incapable of understanding or having any empathy
when I tell you I have made friends
you ask me
"have you found a boyfriend?"
like that is the biggest priority a girl should have
maybe that comes from the shallow interior of your heart
which needs a woman to keep you from falling apart
I can't say I feel bad for you.
that is another mistake I've made with you
you still continue to torment my mother
and my sister
I guess that's what you do
some days I wish you were around
but now I am more than happy to lose you.
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