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My Best Friend, Elaina
I remember her from my child hood years,
I met her when I when I was 8;
I haven’t shown her to my peers,
Since I don’t have any up-to-date.
My cousin, Mikey, dated her,
She would be like a mother to the both of us;
When an emotional time would recur,
She’d be there to relieve the stress.
She’d be there when I have no one else to look to,
She’s my second mom and godfather when I’m feeling blue.
She’ll tell my cousin to stop teasing me,
She chews him out with a short temper like he.
I haven’t seen her in 3 or 4 years now or so,
I called her a year ago, just to say hello.
She hasn’t returned my calls ‘cause she has things to do,
But our friendship will always stick like glue.
It doesn’t make me upset when she calls me by my nickname, Brie,
The one friend that I’ll never forget is Jelly Belly Ellie.