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Well sometimes friends extremely impact our lives. That's when I decided that my two closest girl "friends" were two angels that God had sent me to love and take care of. This poem was written not by the mind but by the heart to these very two special angels, Annie and Rosie.
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|by Francisco Zenteno
There are two angels whom I know,
Both so glorious they seem to glow.
When they smile you don't need the sun,
And that's not all, these girls are fun!
One is sweet and thinks of nothing but others,
The second is strong and has many colors.
My love for them grows every day,
My closest friends forever I pray.
I miss my angels when we are apart,
They fill an emptiness that is in my heart.
Annie I'll miss you when you are away,
You'll always be my angel tomorrow and today.
Rossie, you are perfect, perfect as can be,
My love for you both won't fade,
This you'll always and forever see.
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