angle death


my friends


my friend is my life
my friend is my drama
my friend is my compeny (sp?)
But one day my friends laeve me
with another friends
but i think the she laeve me but she didn' t leave
she was only was meeting a nother friends
But in the end she away be my friends
my friend is my lov
A friend is here to make your feel batter
A realy friend tell away the trust and away be happy
not matter what happen a friend away is the for you
every boby away have a friend ever is you mun
trust friends for live :) we away have a good friend in the world


lov Angle of Death

Submitted: Monday, November 03, 2008

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  • Rookie Aurelie Laflamme (6/9/2009 5:12:00 PM)

    wow thats really good and when your friend leave to go see her other friends dont get jelouse and talk talk about her behind her back then you just might loos her and thats not cool (Report) Reply

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