Victoria Jones

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About a dear old friend named Victoria

Submitted: October 12, 2011

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Submitted: October 12, 2011



I’ve burned many bridges


And I wear many stitches.


Not many old friends stuck around


When it looked like I was about to drown.




You however defied that unfortunate chronicle


I come to you with my problems and your answers are so pragmatical.


Your words are very useful


Without you, more than I am, I’d be a complete fool.




I’ve known you since seventh grade


Yeah you were and still are quite the goof raid.


Even though you’re younger than me


This man is now a better person I see.




From all the dikes, dirtbags,


Jerks, jackasses, and fags,


You’re a real friend which is hard to come by


So I hope we know each other until we die.

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