DreamLess Dreamer


The Castle of Friendship


Once upon a time, you asked me to help
Build this castle of friendship
The design was simple
The foundation was effortless
We worked in partnership
Building day and night
Creating special memories
One day at a time
As the castle grew bigger
Our friendship grew stronger

But then a mysterious storm came along
Construction slowed
And I could not comprehend why
Building with you was different now
Our walls of memories were barely filled
Until the day you stopped completly
I was left to finish the castle myself
Memories cannot be made soley by me
I soon gave up as well
Our castle of friendship
Was left incompleted

Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010

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