Natasha Wellington

Rookie (1995. / Goulburn)

Samantha Hardi.


Within my book of memories,
Are special thoughts of you.
And all the many nice things
You often say and do -

As I turn the pages,
And recall each single thought,
I realize the happiness
That knowing you has brought.

There are memories of the times we've shared
Both bright and sunny days.
There are memories of your kindness
And your friendly thoughtful ways.

There are memories of all those notes,
we would write back and forth,
When we would just get together,
And talk of this or that.

And when I recall these memories
As I go along life's way,
I find they grow more precious still
With every passing day.

Submitted: Saturday, July 11, 2009

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  • Rookie Timothy Hector (7/14/2009 8:47:00 AM)

    regardless of what people say, friends are forever if you choose them to be. they sound special to you dont let them go (Report) Reply

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