Friend Request

Friend Request

A Poem by Dusty Mondy

A track off of Alias Punch album#2, A New Shade of Blue. You can listen to it on

Do you find it fair,
To hide away your hair for them?
Do you you really care,
To dissect their distant stares again?

You'll blame your quirky bothers on,
Your oddity and father's way,
Of not doing his job,
So you sit around and sob and say,
This letter of approval,
Is far beyond removal,
So butt out your babysitter,
And start to reconsider,
This trend,
Don't pretend,
That it's your friend,
It's not your friend,

Will you ever know,
How to act in this show, be tame,
Will you finally go,
When you start to feel low and lame,

How could you even fair,
When you're floating in the the air,
And they all walk by in disguise,
With their bubble-popping eyes,
And stray allusions to their reasons,
For committing these treasons on you,
seldom leave their lips,
Because they never got a tip or clue,
Just how to do,
How will you?
How will you do?

I suggest,
To accept,
My request,
My friend request

© 2010 Dusty Mondy

Author's Note

Dusty Mondy
Always open to conversation, critique, and communication in general

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I like thissssss! Lol Good Job! Nice little flow to it too.

Posted 8 Years Ago

I enjoyed this.
Kind of a war on the grand virtual friends.


Posted 11 Years Ago

Fantastic work. The poem spoke to me in a sense of wanting a friend and towards the end you used the social network phrase of friend request which made a great ending to the poem:)

Posted 11 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Dusty Mondy
Dusty Mondy

Orlando, FL

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