Treasure Island

Joyce Regna


A Dozen Roses


A dozen roses I give to you my friend

A gift that seems so small

But they represent so much

Our friendship most of all.



A rose for the friendship

A rose for the touch

A rose for the trust we share

Our sharing means so much.



A rose for the kindness

And the deep caring you show

A rose for the comfort given

When I've been feeling low.



A rose for the laughter

How it makes your eyes shine

A rose for the dreams we share

It's amazing how they intertwine.



A rose for the deep respect

You give to me with ease

A rose for the love we feel

And how you wish to please.



A rose for your compassion

That has helped me in so many ways

A rose for bringing me sunshine

That has brightened all my days.



The last rose is the best

For it stands so proud and tall

This rose represents you

My best friend of all.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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