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Jessica Hernandez (teardrop)

Rookie (Oct.8th 1991 / Oklahoma (Live in Kansas))

Guggi


Guggi is nice as
A gift from
A mom at Christmas eve,
But even better
Nothing in the world
Could be better.

Than Guggi you turn around
I’m playing with Guggi
I feed her
I change her
I can’t wait to see her.

Guggi is cute as
A rose when I see her
I can’t stop spoiling her
Even though I’m told not
I do it anyways.

You see her,
You see me.
We’re together everywhere
The only time that you
don’t see us together is
When we go to sleep.

It feels like
A dream
I can’t get out of
But when I look at it
It’s reality and not
A dream

I ask myself
If I will ever be apart
From Guggi, but I know
Sooner or later
The day will come

When we will never
See each other
I ask for that day
To be as far as
The clouds go
So when it does come
I will have a lot of
MEMORIES.

Submitted: Sunday, April 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 29, 2013
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