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I think of you every day,
You face image as clear.
My mind still has yet to process,
That you have gone and left us.
Many people including me,
Never celebrate Independence Day with family.
The thought of your body being found,
You had no pulse, so now, there is no sound.
The man that allegedly murdered you,
Was put behind bars, but he will never know how much we miss you.
When I get on Facebook, I look at your page every day,
It’s so difficult to remember your face.
Many of your friends cry a lot,
To know that you, are now forever gone.
We love you and miss you dearly,
You are forever in my heart.
Much love from me, my best friend, and sister,
I can’t wait to see you again to share new memories and pictures.
In memory of Jessica.