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Va Rockeya Foy

Rookie (01/29/1997 / Chicago IL)

Lost Friend


Once after loosing someone that you really loved
You have this feeling that you can't get rid of

The times you both laughed together and enjoyed one another's smiles
The thoughts takes you back to your past relationship files

Everything that you once shared with each other turns to dust, flames, and fire
Only because we don't cherish what we have and starts to get tired

But if we just believe in us both I think we can go to the end
We can go to the end because we found that lost friend

Submitted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, April 14, 2010

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