Nickelz Webzder

(2/6/1991 / McPherson KS)

Without You


By: Glori Joe
You're part of me
and without you
i'm not whole
you're my heart
my soul
my reason
to live
and without you
i would rather die
you're my love
my friend
my reason to smile
and without you
i will never laugh
you're my reason to live
and with out you
i will surely die.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2008

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  • Emo Seb (4/2/2008 2:41:00 PM)

    dude, nickel, im so touchd u kept my poem i wrote u! evrything in it is still true! i m dying without u! luv u 2 the end of the earth and back! (Report) Reply

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