Jessica Williams

Rookie (September 4,1991 / Dallas)

R.I.P 'TERRANCE'


Truly a wonderful brother
Everybody misses him
Really in awesome brother
Rest in peace big bro
Always gone be in my heart
Never gone forget you
Cries every time i look at the picture dad have
Everybody tells me about you

Didn't never know you are saw you
Enjoy the stories i heard about you
Very glad to know i had another big bro
Only imagine what i go through because i never saw you
Never even meet you for a first time

Went before i ever got a chance to see you
Impossible to deal with while i was young
Love you a lot
Lovable and lonely without you
Incredible in ways i never knew of
Almost cried the other night when i looked at your picture
Misses you so much it ain't funny
Sad that my third big bro is gone away from me
I Miss You Big Bro! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

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