Annie Tammelin

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Lost Bestfriend - Poem by Annie Tammelin

I lost you as my friend,
I really don't know why,
So now I sit here,
And as I cry,
I write a poem,
About a friend who I lost,
I'd do anything to get you back
Just tell me the cost,
The times we shared were great,
But no more are to come,
For you have moved on,
And found a new bestfriend,
So between you and I,
I guess this is the end


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 15, 2004

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 15, 2004


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