Roxanne Dubarry

(October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Heart to Heart


Heart to heart friendships mean so much; because
special friends keep in touch.
Friends really care, and have good times
to share. Ties are formed each year, creating pleasant
memories to hold dear. Because they are blessed by Christ's love
divine, heart to heart friendships can last a life time.
Treasured memories of good times, and bad, speak to our
hearts and make them glad. Heart to heart friendships are
true blue and mean a lot to both me and you.

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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This poem was composed by me for a women's day function at my former church- Calvary Baptist. It also appears in: Apples of Gold, a booklet published by Faith Lutheran Church to benefit the church and charities that they sponser.

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