Amanda Wilson

Rookie (Calfornia)

my hero


you told me you would be my hero. you said you would take my pane away. you said you would love me for ever. So I sand here with out my hero to take my pane away. to take my sorrows and throw them away. I guess in life the only hero we have is us. we never give up on are selves. we fight to the last drop. so I am my own hero and no one is taking that away. and I am going to fight in tell the end of time. In the end you did give me something you gave me my hero me.

Submitted: Friday, October 31, 2008

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