Nikki Torrez

(5/8/94 / hospital duh)

Memories


Everywhere I look...
theres something there
that can go in my memory book
I think of the good times
and i think of the bad times
I think of the sad times
and i think of the bad times
Somethings always there
to remind me of the fun
Thats no matter where
Im always thinking of you
like a show or just a song
it reminds me of all the hurt
that lasted for so long
I look at my things
and all i see is the
good then i begin to think
about the bad and how sad
I wish we only had the good memories
but we also have all the bad memories
I dont kno..
but I wish I could change all the pain in
for a love instead of all the pain
I wish I was never hurt..
I wish you never hurt me..
I wish that Nataly was never born
I wish that she was never involved
but what can i do.Im thankfull i met you
and that we have memories....
good or bad
I love what we had!
Memories!

Submitted: Thursday, April 24, 2008
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