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Author: scardnscared
ASL Info:    25/ DFW
Elite Ratio:    3.1 - 585 /498 /311
Words: 193
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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in all my dreams
i never thought
that years would pass
and we would grow

oh how the pain never seems to stray
and my world will never be the same
we promised oh so many things
but we cannot go back it seems.

sometimes i pray
that your face will someday fade away
and they wont ask me what your doing today.

we used to think
that we had the answers to everything
so sure that we were going to end up
together at the finish line.

when i went left
you went right
and our lines never thought to cross
and now were so many miles apart.

how was i to know
that this was going to happen
in our dreams we were always together.

well i guess the dreams of little girls
they dont always come true
we used to wear our friendship with pride
and now we both need to hide it.

we swore we would be bestfriends till the end
well i guess this is the end
because time cannot turn back
no matter how hard we try..

Submitted on 2012-03-01 22:57:15     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Poem reflects a deep and cherished frienship. The anguish of losing the best friend is immanent in this ditty.
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