DUROJAIYE ADEBOYE

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memo of a friend


I wish we could be forever o! Pulchritudinous



I wish we could be forever



The road to life they say is a one-man journey



But with you I had a companion



My heart is filled with more turmoil



When destiny came to tear us apart



Because he knows that true friend are hard to come by



But very easy to pass by



Your beauty create in me a laughing heart



Your smiles build in me a strong desire



And your words are like light that lightings my course



You have great finesse and you are esprit de corps in nature



Even if we can’t be forever o! Jenny



My heart will declare you forever

Submitted: Saturday, November 23, 2013

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