Aisha Alansari

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Nothing like us


I remember when you used to make me smile,
I remember when you used to make me shy,
I remember when you used to comfort me when I cried.

There's nothing like us,
There's nothing like you and me together.

I miss the times you made me laugh,
I miss you, your eyes,
Just looking at them I know I'm on the right path.

There's nothing like us,
There's nothing like you and me together.

We were perfect,
Better than the rest,
I know it hurts but..
Maybe this is for the best.

I want you to know..
There's nothing like us,
There's nothing like you and me together,
With you..
My life is better.

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is a break up Poem.. I wrote the title and 'there's nothing like us, there's nothing like you and me together' from Justin Bieber's song he's song is AMAZING! ! ... I hope this helped someone or made them smile remembering stuff.. U know..I'm gonna stick to writting break up poems these days.. And I just wanted to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MS.CHERINE..(my grade 6and 7 English teacher) i love her and miss her cuz she's not here anymore

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