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nightmares

she has them all the time since that day. They start the same with the best friend still alive laughing at a joke. Then  he is gone. The brown eye girl is all alone with no one. She hurts most days of the week. At times she wishes  that it wasn't true that he was still here.  The brown eye girl wants some good to come back to her life. More then anything she wants the nightmares to stop.

Copyright © jesse McDonald | Year Posted 2017

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