Fuzzy Like Cotton for Becky

September 24, 2009
By Jessabelle BRONZE, Potomac, Maryland
Jessabelle BRONZE, Potomac, Maryland
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Dearest darling friend of mine,
consumed by grief and love.
My friend whose smile is
usually so bright.

Dearest darling friend of mine,
so sad right now but once
was full of joy and happiness,
fuzzy like cotton.

Oh my silly, funny friend.
I understand; you're hurting.
The pain, excitement turns to death
and the sun sets on tomorrow.

Dearest darling friend of mine,
consumed by grief and love.
My friend whose smile used to
light up her face.
Is it true
you won't smile anymore?


The author's comments:
I wrote this for my friend Becky. She was rally sad, and she and I both love fuzzy cotton, so I wrote this for her. I don't now if it helped, but she's happy now!

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