Brandy Avery

Rookie (12-03-1987 / Sioux Falls sd)

~ Ba Chóir A Bheith Daidí ~


Troid i gcónaí do cad is ceart. Mothú sábháilte sa bhaile tucked i leaba ar an oíche. Na dathanna míleata a draped a thrasnaigh do ais. Tú áit nuair a bhí rudaí as whack. Shiúil tú tríd an deacra na n-amanna. Na laethanta dul in aois agus ar maidin bhí níos lú ansin a dime. Tá tú an ceann a bhfuil i gcónaí ann. Tá daidí níos mó ná am agus síntiús. Nach bhfuil tú fola nó aon ndáil. Ní ba mhaith liom a athrú rud amháin ag gach. Tá do séasúr is fearr leat peile. Rinne tú dom breathnú ar an taobh gheal den saol. Tá a fhios agam anois conas a bheith ina dea-bhean chéile. Tá tú an uimhir daidí amháin. Bhí tú ann nuair a bhí mé brónach. Níos láidre ná an fear is láidre. Beidh sé i gcónaí mo uimhir amháin lucht leanúna!

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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