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Dear stranger

Dear stranger
By johnnyotis on 05/05/2011
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Dear stranger,

How are you?...I'm ok, could be better though. you must be wondering who I am. and I apologize. but you are very close and dear to my heart. I remember us being inseparable when I was young. I did everything with you. I looked up to you so much and I still do. You were and still are my hero. If I could have some of the abilities you have I'd be so lucky. you are the apple of my eye. But I have lost you. We have become so distant from each other. And to tell you the truth, I wish it wasn't that way. I miss you so very much. I miss how you comfort me, stood up for me, taught me how to do the funnest things I've ever done in my life, and I also miss your love. I feel like we are loosing what we had rapidly and I don't want that to happen. I feel like you have become a stranger to me. I feel like you don't know me at all, but I want you to know me, I want you to know what's going on with me and how I feel. But that takes two people to do that, not just one. So I dearly hope you take what I say into consideration, because I don't want us to loose everything. And also, please remember always, no matter what, that I love you so much and that will never change.

Love always,

Your daughter

© By johnnyotis On 5/5/2011 7:59:32 PM
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