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This poem is about my absolutely best friend. I dedicate this to Alyssa for always being there for me. (no matter what I needed to talk to you about). I know this isn't much, but I wrote it myself and put a lot of effort in it!! I'll miss you so much next year.
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Best Friends Forever
|by Angie Belanger
As the years pass,
and we grow apart,
I want you to know,
that you're in my heart.
You helped me through problems,
through things good and bad.
You helped me keep smiling,
when I was sad.
You helped me with guys.
You made me stay strong.
How will I live,
when you are gone?
And where the years take us,
No place is too far,
We will think of each other,
wherever we are.
You're a wonderful person,
with a good heart to lend,
And I want you to know,
You're a really good friend.
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