People on Paper 9
Adysen has been a friend of mine since first grade, when I asked everyone if they believed in dragons and she was the only one who said yes.
She always thinks I'm mad at her when I call her Adysen instead of Ady. (I'm not, I jut think it's a very pretty name.)
So let me just clear a few points in this poem, to "make the meaning be much cleared", like a friend of mine said.
1. The starry champagne and any references to starry champagne. That's actually talking about her mother's wine glass, as it actually did have stars on it, and you know the phrase, "close enough to touch the stars"? You don't "touch" drinks, so I changed it to "taste". And from there, I kind of jumped to how successful she'll be. Because one day, she'd be able to touch the stars. That wine glass represents all of what she is and what she will be. It represents her future and her future accomplishments, so when she drops it and it breaks she starts crying. At the end when it says "Icarus flying in the bottom of her real starry champagne", that's talking about how in the future she'll have accomplished everything she wanted to, and now the wine glass isn't metaphorical, but it actually has champagne.
2. Icarus- falling/falling in love. Ady's sworn off boys, because she says they're stupid, but I think she just got hurt too often.
3. "you really are my friend." i'm probably not, to be honest.