Masked lady

Rookie (October 27,1956 / Manila, Philippines)

THANK YOU FOR THE THOUGHT


THIS POEM IS DEDICATED TO MY 'DJ' BEST FRIEND


Thank you my friend for the text,
For asking me how I am today,
For telling me how things are there,
Thank you for the thought, my friend.

Thank you my friend for the text,
For asking about my plans for the occasion;
For asking for a little of my time so you can call,
My friend, Thank you for the thought.

Thank you my friend for the call,
For finding time to call me up;
For spending money to find out how I am,
Thank you for the thought my friend.

Thank you my friend for the forward mails
You so untiringly send when you think
They can make me smile and say a little prayer;
Thank you for the thought my friend.

Thank you my friend for the friendship,
For the patience to listen when I whine,
For the tolerance to my shortcomings,
For reminding me to always take care of myself,
Thank you for the thought my friend.



Masked Lady
Dec.30,2009

Submitted: Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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