lorissa cowan

(31/10/1990 / mackay)

Remember


Remember the time
That we were at the beach and
Pretending that their was a shark
We laughed so hard we started to cry

Remember the time
Me. you and MJ were playing with food colouring
And got it every where

Remember the time
When we drank soft drink and jelly crystals
We went so hype oh

I remember the time
I pissed you off
And you chase me
Around your backyard

I miss those days
Yes I do
If someone breaks your heart I’m here for you
I just want you to remember sis that I love you

Submitted: Monday, April 21, 2008

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  • *Emminem* + Emma + ENGLISH (5/14/2008 11:49:00 PM)

    So good again, where do you get the poetry skills from, it reminds me of what we and brothers and sisters use to do. Lori remember the days of Primary, we used to get away with so much! ! ! love Em (Report) Reply

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