I’ll tell you what it’s going to be like once you leave school because when I last saw you on the bus you were just in your uniform and that was that. There was more to meet the eye than passing by; I can tell you what it’s going to be like in five years from now, I saw you on the bus in the distance future I looked at your shoes they were starting to fall apart. I would remember you saying to your friends that you would find someone rich enough to buy me everything that I want. I don’t need grades or anything.
Coming back to the reality I turned around to tell you that you would need grades and everything just incase you don’t meet the man of your dreams. It won’t be my fault wheather you take my advice or not because I won’t care because I won’t regret a single thing taking my grandfathers advice as I turning my life around at the last minute. I chose to live my life how I want it.
It will definitely won’t be my fault and I won’t care if you fail to get the life you want at a drop of a hat. I won’t regret a single thing without giving you a warning right now. I can tell you what it’s going to be like if you lost a limb if you threaten someone with a knife; if you leave at night not telling your parents where your going because you think they don’t nothing, yet if you’re alone in the dark bleeding and your parents aren’t there to hold you tight whilst being rushed to hospital.
Leave but I can still tell you what it’s going to be like as I sit by your side at the hospital because I found you bleeding and you held my hand feeling scared. If only they knew or understand that I was your guarding angel; your parents came running in to be at your side, they held your had not even noticing that I was there and brought you in.
It’s really not my fault and I don’t care how much you blame me for telling you the truth I won’t regret one single thing. You can have it all if you change your life around because it’s alright as I’m going to give you it all to you. You never lied to me before.
Just as you were about to get off the bus you turned around to say thank you. I had already disappeared where you and I were sitting. You couldn’t work out who you were talking to.