Treasure Island

Bre Renee


My cousin

Many years ago, we did not get along. Its understandable because we were very young. The fighting of two women, trying to find their place, it was almost impossible to win that domanance race. Its a very different world, now than what it was, nobody understands the things that highschool does.

Adult hood is very different, the mindset is completely new. we are no longer children, I have found me, and you have found you. With the past in the past, the future on its way, I know our friendship will last, we will take it day by day.

Dont forget my cousin, how special you really are. reguardless if we are close, you are always in my heart.

Im always so glad to see you, even when you look a mess. you always seem so perky, even when your upset. you hold on strong to that smile, I know this because I do to. My shoulders are not just for Crystals tears, they are also here for you.

Someday we will look back, at the tears, fights and laughs. we will remember all the quorky things we did in the past.

Oh my dearest cousin, this poem is just for you. Look back upon it day by day when you are feeling blue. know that im here to stay, doesnt matter where you go. Pick up the phone any day, and ill already know.

Never say goodbye. but leave it with hello. Goodbye feels like forever, but I will never go.

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013
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The first letter of each paragraph spells my cousins name, 'Madison'

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