Treasure Island

Cassandra Howell

(July 12,1989 / Lake City FL)

Bring It On

I thought you were a true friend
We shared secrets many times
I thought I’d never see the end
But the sun no longer shines

You acted like someone you were not
And that’s what has caused this problem
Now my friendship can’t even be bought
The numbers keep adding up, with no one there to solve them

But this is life
With its ups and its downs
Our time of fun has ended in strife
And the anger is building up in mounds

You still go behind my back
So our friendship is gone
I won’t cut you any slack
And I will continuously say, bring it on

Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005
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  • Michelle Pope (4/9/2006 9:36:00 AM)

    OMG! ! this was about me... i know it... i remember we had that big fight and said 'we weren't friends'... (look how long that lasted) no hard feelings i think its awesome we can look back and laugh and claim that crap we actually did... -Shell (Report) Reply

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