Treasure Island

James Greene

(march 12 1950 / Denver Colorado)

Bond of Love in Friendship


To you my special friend,
You have become to me so dear.
Many times when I have felt down,
You've lifted me up,
And brought me good cheer.

You are someone I can talk to,
And open up my heart.
Knowing I can trust you always,
Just Like I have from the start.

You speak such words of kindness,
You really show me you care.
Whenever I need you,
Always for me you're there

My love for you has grown,
Your friendship I'll always cherish.
What we share is priceless,
This special bond of friendship,
Shall never perish.

You have been such an angel,
And although we live far apart.
The love in friendship we share,
Will rmain always and forever.....

Tucked safely deep within my heart.


(Dedicated to my loving friend Dottie who lives in Maine/ January 30,2007)

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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