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Scott Salmon

Rookie - 12 Points (December 5 / Garden Grove CA)

The Short Goodbye


So very pleased to meet you,
I'm happy that you came,
Wonderful the times with you,
I wont forget your name,
I'm sorry that you feel this way,
I'm sad to see you go,
I wonder what we could have had,
But we will never know,
And off I go to memories,
Along with all the rest,
The future can be good for you,
I wish you all the best,
I ask a simple favor,
Since we will be apart,
To keep a loving memory,
Of me within your heart

SS

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic(s): FAREWELL


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