About the Poem
To a friend whom I miss and love very much, and who can't be with me to finish my high school years. In the thirteen years you were here, I couldn't think of anyone better I would rather spend my time with. Thank you so much for putting up with me and being my best friend.
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You have left me with many memories;
I miss you everyday.
Sometimes I think of you,
Not more than today.
You'll never be forgotten,
In my heart you are there to stay.
I wish I could talk to you,
Where ever you may lay.
But that would take a miracle;
Each day I have to ask why,
And why I couldn't say goodbye.
I miss you so much;
I can't do it on my own.
I think of you constantly;
And I know you are not alone.
With that I want to say
I'll think of you everyday.
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