To the Town I’ll Eventually Have to Leave Behind:

Thank you for giving me my first love

And my first heartbreak

Thank you for the bitter cold

Fall football game and bonfires

Thank you for the tender, loving friends

Who eventually turned into family

Thank you for the pain

That eventually gave me understanding

Thank you for the spontaneous nights,

Filled with tobacco and underage drinking

Thank you for the college football

That taught me tailgating is one of God’s greatest gifts

Thank you for the southern hospitality

The Jesus filled souls who helped me grow

Thank you for Smoking Pig, The Boardwalk, and Isaqueena

Thank you for the memories I’ll never forget

Thank you for the people I loved and met

And thank you for the growth in me

I will hold on to these memories

And feelings


But I am finally strong enough to let you go

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