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Anjelie Llorico

Neon Lights

A smile came from my lips and it reached my eyes
As we watched neon lights cover up the sky
Playing with their names, we shared laughter.
Nothing could ever compare to this moment we had together.

You shared your secrets and your dreams.
You are a very beautiful person it seems.
I’ve never met anyone like you before... it’s true.
I will always be fortunate to have a friend like you.

You are there each time I need a hand.
You open up your doors when I have no place to land.
You made me realize that I am my destiny’s creator.
With you, I painted my life with neon colors.

Now we seldom communicate as fate wanted it this way
But that doesn’t mean our friendship will go astray.
Never would I forget how great you are, my friend.
I know time will come that we will watch the neon lights again.

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, February 24, 2014

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For my bestfriend :)

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