I left a truth that I was an image; a crappy token. I thought I spoke their language no, it wasn’t showing. I made time to catch their issues when they failed, but my existence was a mere springboard to their wails. Oppressive things, they thought we had in common; it was alarming to find out they thought this was a cute way for deep bonding. They fed off of plagiarized words with shapeshifting careless bases; as they take the credit while I’m remaining nameless. All the money spent —I call it time, the snakes would jump out and boast as entitled swine. Take it upon themselves to make things even weirder. I thought my dismissal was disgustingly clear.
Now that partnership is dead. Oops, they misread.
They thought I was a scribe, no run in bribes.
Kicked them out with no look back, now they feel attacked.
The news rocked that I was bad, but really I was glad.