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Albranie Hines

Updated: Mon, 5 May 2014 11:34 pm

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Dancing is my passion...I write my pain... And Music is my pleasure...

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Every one has something special that they want to do before they die and nothing is more special to me than making a difference and before I die I want to make someone feel like I've changed them for the better because Something different makes a difference and I am something different I hope and pray that someone can say on the very last day of my life She wrote a message through her poetry her music she gave advice in hopes that you use it she protected all who was closer than close and one thing that she cherished and loved the most was how happy she made other people feel even though people were fake she continued to be real before I die I want to be able to say I gave all that I could I even gave when people doubted that I would I love so hard I want people to feel that I'll be there for them at the drop of a hat I want children to look at me and say when I grow up I wanna help people just like her that's all I wanna do I just want to be somebody that somebody looks up to because I look up to almost everyone in my life like my mother the hardest worker and wife my father the calmest of any dad my brothers treated me like the princess even when I was bad my big sister the strongest person I know my godmother miss independent fa show my best friend she is humble as humble can be my little sister who is sometimes smarter than me those people are something different just like I and to sum it all up before I die I just want to make a change and live my life knowing that after my death a part of me is still growing

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Starr Steele

Wed 7th May 2014 16:18

I love it ! I could each and every word within this poem

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