Treasure Island

William Lindenmuth

(11/24/1949 / Staten Island, New York)


We shared some special times
Laughter and smiles
We had our closeness
That became miles
The space between us
Between two heart beats
We’re just a breath away
From where we are
I will remember
Sweet things we shared
The joyful sound of love
You always cared
Words cannot ever say
All things we feel
For only two caring hearts
Have the power to reveal
Love exits gracefully
With love as friends
Precious, warm and true
It will not end
I still remember
Our first hello
The joyful feeling
The afterglow
My heart remembers
This spirit smiles
Brought warmth between us
Despite the miles
I got to know you
You sure know me
Treasured feelings
Embraced by memories
Our love lives on
Sweet loving friend
Thankful of its salvation
With the hope it never ends

Submitted: Thursday, March 31, 2011
Edited: Thursday, March 31, 2011

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