Dorian Petersen Potter


Across The Miles (Free Style)


My prayers and good thoughts to you I send you my friend,
Although I can't see you in person with my heart I can see you,
We may be separated by the miles, but with love to you my hugs I send,
And no matter what in the future a true friend to you I'll always be


So when you receive my emails please remember that I am always your friend,
Everytime I hear from you or I get one of your emails, I'am really so glad,
Although I can't talk to you one on one or face to face, like I would like to,
Across the many miles I am always here for you everyday, day or night let me add,


In my heart and soul the miles in the end they don't matter, what matters is the love,
Although I can't see you, I can't hug you or with you have a chat and a cup of coffe or tea, I love you, and I know,
That doesn't mean that I can't love you and care for you, and I want you to know that I really do,
In my heart you're more than my email friend, you're like a family member, you're my brother and my sis, you know


So from my very heart to yours, I send you today and everyday all my hugs, my kisses, all my love,
And I thank God so much every day for giving me the gift of 'YOU' my dear friend, a gift from Him, from above.

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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Dedicated to all my 'wonderful friends, and loyal wonderful readers that I've made online and everywhere they may be.

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