Dakota Hecht

Rookie (11-3-1994 / east concord)

if we never met...


you came in as a messanger
sometimes i wonder if i was ment to meet you
but after all i know i was ment to meet you
cause if i hadnt then
we couldnt have grown togther
you couldnt have brought me that message
you were sent to give me
i couldnt have brought you the hope you needed
we couldnt have learned to trust
we couldnt have learned so much
i could have never know this happiness
we could have never met
you woulda never fu filled your mission
i woulda never got the message that i needed to hear
if we never met

Submitted: Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 18, 2011

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