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Haley Hudson


Friendships


Our friendship has grown over the years

we started as aquantances but soon became friends

our hearts grew closer everyday

now that we have to separate

it brings back memories of tears and laughter

our friendship is different from others

you might say 'interesting'

even if we are 5 miles or 5000 miles away from each other

our friendship will never weaken

we all carry hope in our heart

knowign we will always have a shoulder to cry on

we've been here for each other

when life seems to come to an end

we see each others pain when no one else notices

in life we dont have good byes

we only have 'see you later's'

fairwells are not for life long friends

we will miss each other dearly

but our friendship will never die

best friends are forever

Submitted: Tuesday, March 02, 2010

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