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Sorely Missed...

A short time ago God sent me a special gift, and it came in the design of you, my best friend 
my confidant. You are very special to me and I wanted to let you know all the wonderful 
memories that you gave to me and when I see you, it reminds of all the good times that we 
have shared together. In this short time that we've have shared, we did so much together. It 
only took just one reassuring nod of you head to me...and I knew it would all get better in 
time, even when something looked even worse than it seemed to be. We have shared so 
many good times and bad times together and I would not know where to began, if I want to 
write it all down? But I can say this with great expectations and from the depth of my soul, I 
do look forward to seeing you again sometime in the near future... and when that time does 
come again, I will share a hearty laugh together with you and we will reminisce of the days 
gone by and how much we did share together. Oh, what a special day that will be for me, as 
two old friends share another smile together... once again. I do look forward to that day...but 
until then my friend you will be sorely missed by me as I count down each second, each 
minute and every hour with great expectation of the reunification of two old best friends once 

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  1. Date: 4/25/2009 8:25:00 AM
    You know Jay I also once had a someone so dear to my heart - we were friends for 28 years and together for 7 more - I've not seen nor heard from her ever again - i also hope someday I will - very moving poem - God Bless, MJ