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I wrote this poem about a friend who was killed in a car crash. She was only 17 and had a great future ahead of her. Nobody understands why a person with such dreams that she could accomplish could be taken away from the world.
Jesica was a friend of mine and many others and I can't really understand why she was taken away. She was the sweetest girl and she didn't deserve to die at such a young age as 17. I would like this poem about her to be published on this site so that the whole world can know what a great person she was and how much of a great friend she was too.
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Death Of Jesica
|by Kelly Hawke
She lived a life full of honest dreams.
Dreams that only she could accomplish.
On November 22nd 1998 all her dreams were ripped away.
The car hit an embankment, then a pole, then it just rolled and rolled.
We don't know why and never will I'm sure.
Nobody knows why dreams are ripped apart,
or why God takes anyone away.
But everyone knows why she took our hearts right along with her.
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