Treasure Island

Jacqui Steele


Sisters


We were like sisters
Sisters from different misters
So we would say
That is until that horrible day
You decided you were better than me
You made everyone think you had the key
And I lost my friends and confidence
But you see ever since
That day you lost…
But that was the horrible cost

Im sorry but Im not coming back
You trough me away like a sack
But im over it, you are no longer on my mind
Because I do not want any friends of that kind
That is just fine because, I have new Best Friends
And we will be until the very end
Sisters.

Submitted: Friday, June 26, 2009
Edited: Sunday, July 17, 2011

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