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nicky joyce

(17 08 81 / devon)

A Lost Good Friend


I sit here with a shocked face
Cant explain what just took place
I get told that a friend has died
What do i say i just want to cry
I wanted to say im sorry to hear
But when i went to say it
Nothing would appear
I wanted to say your joking
That its not true your lieing right
But what i feel is nothing at all
What about his family
they got the call
There pain there suffer
They lost it all
They lost there dad husband to
We lost a friend
A good one at that
One of cheer and full of yap
Loved his bikes and family to
A great guy through and through
I know you wont see it
Or read it all
But your with us always
S R F this is for you x

Submitted: Tuesday, January 03, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 04, 2012

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