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My Personal Medicine

Poetry By: IrisCale

Best friends need each other, these best friends becoes sisters by aiding each other from the cruel world...

Submitted:May 17, 2010    Reads: 87    Comments: 4    Likes: 1   

Tonight i have been alone,
trying my best not to cry.
Here, doves come and go,
i just want to dissolve and die.

Footsteps coming a near,
quietly it pitter patters.
By the corner, easier to hear
the rat's swift runs to scatter.

Why so alone? Why so sad?
Is there anyone here to hold you in there hands?
If there's no one, i am here,
to stay with you, your bestfriend, i volunteer.

I'll share your sadness, you'll share my pain,
We're in it together as one.
For with each other we keep from being insane,
melancholy we out run.
and every smile i see, it looks like a sun to me

From oblivion, you pulled me away,
and wrapped me in your arms to stay.
Like a sister your love is great,
forever to hold this magnificent fate.

Happy, my depression's decreased,
now it's gone that awful disease.
Slowly a smile is painted on my face,
glad to have you bessie, here in my friendship lace.

Every smile of yours i see,
is your warm like a sun to me.
So don't you ever frown, painfully,
or else in coldness and vain i shall drown.

Forever remember,
i am in your heart.
'til the day we die,
I love you sis, the personal medicine of mine...


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