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Frends Forever

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Losing someone who cannot be replaced by anyone else is harder than losing millions of dollars. I have been deep affected by my experiences learning to overcome all of the emotional disturbances, finding that there are things that cannot be forgotten, and gaining knowledge about the uniqueness of the friendship. When my best friend told me that he had lung cancer, my life changed completely. I knew was going to lose him, but I didn’t know it would be so hard to overcome the feelings that he left me with.

We were friends, not just regular friends, but we were best friends, which explains everything. We would do everything together, such as play soccer, play piano and guitar, walk on the street and act crazy, run away from home and hide somewhere, ditch school and throw a party on Monday. We had the best time together, but unfortunately life took all that from me. Sometimes I ask myself why it had to be him, my best friend, a person who trusted with everything, a person who knew what to do to make me happy, a person who was the best part of my life. He would give everything in order to strengthen our friendship. He was a friend who will always be in my heart.

It was the night of April 14, 1999. I will never forget that day. He came to me showered in tears. He looked very sad.

“What’s going on, why are you so depressed?” I asked.

“I’m, I’m going, and I’m going to…” He said slowly.

He stopped talking, I didn’t know what was going on in reality, but he knew it, because within the last couple of months he was having trouble breathing. That didn’t bother him much until that moment when he visited a doctor. I looked at his eyes, and I

saw his blue colored eyes blurring into shadows of a dream. I understood what was going on, but I didn’t cry, because I knew if did, that would really hurt his feelings. I looked at him again and said, “Everything will be just fine; you just have to take proper care of...


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