Lillian B. Rose

(Virgo. / Wisconsin)

Friends- We (1995)


Who you were.
What day it is.
Where it was we met.
When I saw your first smile.
Why first it was you that spoke.

Who you've known.
What simple words ya said.
Where smiles have survived.
When at length your eyes met mine.
Why a dream inside.

Who knows just -
What you'll say.
Where your head is hidden.
When time is time gone by.
Why is it, but destiny.

Who has always known.
What you want to say.
Where first was a compliment.
When friendship was there all along.
Why you helped me to stand.

Who it is that became an ally.
What happiness I have learnt from you
Where strength of mind and character survive.
When we see each other again.
Why two so different could be friends.

Who we will be.
What we shall do.
Where we will go.
When we will get there, but...
Why ask why.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2008

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