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Strangers

by

Kimberly Dicken

When I was I had a best friend,

I thought we would be together from the beginning to the end,

But as we grew old and grew apart,

I felt her slipping away from ny heart

As the years went on and we went to junior high

I looked back at all the memories and wanted to cry

Through all the stuggles and all the fights

She and I changed just like day and night

It seemed she always had a way to make me smile

And now we're complete strangers only talking once in a while

From the little girl who used to come swim in my pool

To the stranger who can't talk to me because she became too cool.