Treasure Island

david bailey

(4/30/1991 / manhatten)

fiver


fiver fiver where art thou fiver
friend to me
individual to self
valuable team player as a whole
enviormentalist to the world
and risk taker at the core
you exemplify these qualities
you live them evryday
your trustworthy and compassionate
a team player no doubt
enviormentalist and respectful
responsible and a community builder
learner and creative such a magic touch
peacemaker self confident and corageous
you show me the way to be a great leader
indeed but where are you now
oh! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
thats right your at summer camp
showing others how to be a leader
fiver your a great friend at the very
least you are my best friend

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008

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  • Angelic Warrior (9/12/2009 9:31:00 PM)

    great write! ...friends are the best! ....and they are very important....they are leaders and they are people to entrust in...love it! (Report) Reply

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