Treasure Island

Florida Angel

(Spring / Rio 40 Graus..Cidade Maravilha...Delray Beach)

a L I V E And free


Two friends on the phone, for so many years they’ve shared
Friendly calls and confidences… together they’ve graduated
From high school. Friends together they’ve made,
Happiness and so many laughs jointly they’ve enhanced.

From the trips shared one stayed Home
with her Prince in Love in Brazil, South America.
The other friend moved North and also called Home
For her dreams of freedom in United States of America.

From South to North, from North to South,
The friends visited each other, keeping alive over decades their friendship.
The South friends a miracle made, an Angel with big blue eyes, their first daughter to call LIVEA
By generous hands of GOD, to bring a blessed new life into this world, and to keep their friendship ALIVE.

Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, March 29, 2011

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