GAYLE ANNE GOFF

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AND OLD HIGH SCHOOL FRIEND


I have an old friend from my
High School Day's
She came from my past
and shes joined me again as family
friends again at last our paths had not
crossed since our high school days
For years, until now you ask how and
why? .

Never until now we went our seperate
roads in life we both became young
wives we each had children I choose
to have two.
God blessed her with three,
and a set of twins.
I never want to go that route again
now that our lives have again crossed
again an old friend is good to have
around.
I'm so glad shes been found we
both have lost close loved ones
along lives way I believe it was
one of our loved ones above who
alined Heavens stars to
have our children meet then fall
in love and get married.

And now they have a son and now
our friendship has been double
sealed were friends again
And were both grand mothers
to a wonderful little boy.

A little boy like no other I'm glad
to have my friend from my pass
back in my life at last were old
friends and were new grand mothers.
togetherat last.


GAYLE GOFF
JAN 2000

Submitted: Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 29, 2009

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