To my parents on my first day of school:
I know you both teared up, I know I did not care either.
To the boy who kissed my cheek in KG1:
I went and told my grandma, how stupid was that?
To my KG2 teacher:
You made me believe that I was smart.
To my sister when she was born with teeth:
You scary little thing.
To my first grade teacher:
How strict you were scared everyone, I loved you for it.
To the friend who kept our “clique” together:
Sometimes I wish you never left.
To my grandma when she was raising me:
I know I was a handful, but I learnt how to read and write before everyone.
To the friend who got us all in big trouble:
Looking back, I knew who really meant a lot and who did not.
To myself when I wanted to grow up:
You grew up too fast.
To my 4th grade crush:
You were always so nice, and I was always so awkward.
To the girl I was not so nice to:
Mama always told me to be nice, but you weren’t nice either.
To the teacher who scolded me for ranking 4th on class:
Those expectations ruined me.
To my little sister when she was born:
You will always be my precious little gift.
To the math teacher that taught me more than numbers:
Impressing made me work so much harder.
To the friend who I always annoyed:
I truly am sorry, but I liked you a lot.
To the girl who helped me mask the blood stain on my school pants:
Sometimes it is the little things that count.
To the boy who liked me when I was “ugly”:
I never meant to be mean, I just grew older.
To my little sister when she cried when I was going to camp:
You taught me love in so many different shapes.
To my summer camp counselor:
I was a shy shy girl, and till this day I remember you.
To my summer camp leader:
A part of me shattered when I heard you passed last summer.
To my cousin when he passed away:
I remember when you played with me even when I was the youngest.
To my family during that tough time:
So many tears that were not enough.
To God when I stopped believing:
You can’t really blame me.
To my first kiss:
One day you didn’t notice me, then my hair grew longer and my waist grew smaller
To my sister when she started getting annoying:
I think you will always be annoying, but jeez you cried a lot. .
To my parents when they grounded me for 2 months:
You made all those problems so much worse.
To the guy who ruined my reputation because I said No:
What if my brother did that to your sister?
To my “best friend” who called me a slut behind my back:
Of course I knew, I still stood there during your brother’s wedding and your mother’s tears.
To the guy who broke my heart a thousand times:
Till this day, I don’t really understand, why?
To the boy who thought following me was a compliment:
You really stopped so much fear.
To the guy who gave my number out:
I hope you feel more complete now..
To the friend I stopped talking to:
Moving schools should never be that bad, should it?
To my first real relationship:
I was not a great girlfriend, but my close friend?
To the man who harassed me when I was 12:
I hope it never happened to your daughter, wife, sister or mother.
To the boy I helped pass math in 9th grade:
We weren’t even friends and you took the fall for me.
To the boy who broke my heart but saved my life:
A part of me will forever owe you.
To my uncle who choose a woman over the entire family:
You taught to not trust anyone.
To my grandma before she passed:
I am sorry I didn’t call, I was scared if I did I will believe you were dying.
To the priest who thought I was not “religious”enough:
Are you sinless?
To my boss who thought he could whatever ha wanted:
To my friend who is like the brother I never had:
You were there when no one was.
To the guy I met last year and who became my closest friend:
I know whatever happens, even years from now, we are one phone call away.
To that old lady who thought being a girl meant I can’t study abroad:
You made me want to go at it even harder.
To the teacher who called me brilliant:
I really did not want to disappoint you.
To the rich boy who thought he could “get me”:
All the money in the world can’t buy the manners.
To my sister now:
You saying I was a role model stopped me from doing so many stupid things.
To myself now:
You wish you can be 10 again don’t you.
To my parents now:
I never understood how much I loved you, till now.
To the guy I am in love with now:
Stop hurting me, you promised.
Submitted to ArtParasites by Rand Ammary Azar