Sofia Finn


Sadness


When you geel sad, it is usual that everything in your life seem diffuclut and it is usual you feel lonely, too

Don't forget that we are with you at any time, any where
I know that it is scary and hard to say your feelings to friends,
but they never ignor you

Don't choke your sadness in your throat,
the sadness will get worse and worse

We wil try to do our best for you
even if we don't know the answer

You don't have to feel sad,
You can't be sad,
and
We won't make you sad

We are your....friends

Submitted: Friday, February 04, 2005

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  • Rookie Sarah Pritchard (12/11/2006 6:07:00 AM)

    i felt what you are trying to say, but in some cases when you need your friends the most they are not there for you...but if you truly believe in helping and always being there for your friends no matter what happens.. i only wish that there were more people out there like you.... and i hope to god someday i will find such a friend..... (Report) Reply

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