Mary M. Calderone

(Las Vegas, Nevada)

A Friend - Poem by Mary M. Calderone

I'm so glad you came this way,
It's such a cold and dreary day,
You fill the house with so much cheer,
I'm so happy you are here.

Come sit a spell, I'll make some tea,
And we can chat awhile,
About our lives and families,
And have a laugh or two.

A friend is a special gift,
To know, to love, to cherish,
A friend is supportive,
A friend will not question.

A friend will stand by your side,
Through hard times, joys and sorrow,
Their smile, a squeeze of their hand,
Guides us through our tomorrows.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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