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Happy new years

Happy new years to you!
may your future be better
than it was before.
May all your wishes come true.

This is over,
a year to never forget.
The world isn't over but the year is.
things will change around,
your friends,

Time for everyone to
gather around the television
and watch the ball drop.
Do what you want,
scream, cheer, kiss, cry,
because the year is over and your starting a new one.

You may cry because you lost
someone who is your best buddy,
and now there gone and not there
to celebrate with you.

The years are going by fast,
that it will always last.
From your heart,
to your soul.

It's a memory you
can share with your friends,
family, neighbors.

Make your years fun,
and don't ever give up.
Go out and celebrate
with your friends and families.
Happy new years from me to you!

Submitted: Saturday, December 27, 2008

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