FROM READERS: A poem, "Forever Missing You"

Friday, March 16, 2012 | 5:43 p.m. CDT

This poem was written by Quine Lambert, in memory of her classmate DeAudre Johnson, who died Tuesday. 

"Forever Missing You"

They say dreams are to be set free ... But in
This world things are cheap it's not ok to
take a life especially a life of someone who
did no wrong all he did is play ball it's
harder to let go someone who made you
laugh or cry it's even harder to know he's
gone good bye. 

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