Quellz Ford

Rookie (April 10th,1993 / Minneapolis, Minnesota)

My BlueJay


Once upon a time there was a Blue Jay
Its was at the very tip of a tall tree so high up where I could hardly see
This bird reminded me of someone that I now hold close to me
I wish that everyone could see how much this person means to me.
I compare her to this Blue Jay because I hold her on a pedastal so high
It was just like this Blue Jay when I seen it so high in sky.
I never thought I would meet someone that could make me happy so much
It just seems like she could change my mood by a single touch
As if she is an angel that just guides me and is always there to help me up
If someone asked me to describe how I felt about her
I would say how caring, honest, and beautiful she is and how I'm always thinkin bout her.
I haven't known her for a long time but it seems like she is everything
Since I've known her she has went out her way to do almost anything
So as I seen the Blue Jay fly away from me
I'm askin her honest to god Jay come closer to me.

Submitted: Sunday, February 12, 2012

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