katie badham


Farewell


We have been together since we have had toddlers feet.
We have had our laugh, that in the end made me weak.
So farewell, Bon voyage to the friend i'll always know.
It's a shame we are going and that i have to let you go.
It's not all bad you know because you'll get that perfect carrier.
I know you have worked hard for it, the one you hold so dear!
So farewell, Bon voyage to the friend i'll always know.
It's a shame we are going and that i have to let you go.
We knew this would happen but it happoend too fast.
but see ya, it was worth the last.

Submitted: Monday, May 11, 2009

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  • Kelley Collins (7/7/2014 9:34:00 AM)

    This is another great Write, Sad but true. One of those things that are unavoidable in this life, good byes!
    Good byes seem to happen far too many times in this life; but, too find positive in each seems to help alot.
    Thank you again. (Report) Reply

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