Oh Dear Anna
Come back, oh dear Anna,
For it is not too late,
Thy shall hold longer than fermata,
No need to halt or wait.
The link is one to embrace,
For you’re the one I cherish,
Let’s make this work before the link’s erased,
Or know naught until we perish.
Whom may tell thou spiteful things,
Why I deem you’re quite stunning,
Why take just a step when we could grow us wings,
Thou need not a step for running.
Thou hast always been generous,
All the more so in times of moral requisite,
Heed this warning as these waters may be treacherous,
But if we tread these waters mutually this warning is irrelevant.
Our friendship will never expire,
Thou is someone I truly trust,
And you’re someone I’ll always admire,
As true friendship is a metal that will never show its rust.
Whatever heights that we may face,
We’ll be always standing strong,
In a mashed up jumble of time and space,
These words can’t be prolonged.
Whether you decide to let it pass or maybe pull it through,
As this need not to be our fate,
And the decision is up to you,
While the answer, it shall await.
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