Tamara jones


♥ ♥ ♥ [[*peom to jade*]]♥ ♥ ♥


push-push i say push-push hold my friendship into place
its crooked i say its crooked its not hitting the right base
we cant split up-but we must split up its just not working out
we half to end are friendship no dought
its not you its me no its us theres no us yes it must...be
well it use to theres no love in this friendship that u or i can see
the picture is painted clear there is no love- no- trust in here
so theres no love no trust in us its just mearly lust
i die on the inside but breathing on the out i died along with the friendship thats was.....
but willl never again be
so i say good bye my old friend we shall meet once again in the eternal spring of life//love//hope//happiness//&&tru
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LOVE//LIVE LIFE//PROCEED//PROGRESS
BY: Mare-Mare[xxx]

ps.(((sorrry jade we cant be friends any more i wish it could be diffrent but it wasnt ment to be)))
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Submitted: Friday, September 19, 2008
Edited: Friday, October 17, 2008

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