kalke anawkam

Rookie (18th march 1978 / leicester)

A Friend Indeed - Poem by kalke anawkam

When I needed a friend,
No one was there,
To care for wear & tear,
Except for Baloo, the big friendly bear,
Offering his LOVE to share,

Took me under his wing,
Creating the link in the crested ring,
After having understood,

This person is NO other,
Than my newly found brother,
& friend indeed,
Whose thoughts are pure & NOT of greed,
Who deserves to have his mind freed,
Through the gift of my kosmikal seed,

Radiating smiles,
That run for miles,
Comes from the soul,
Of the mate who helped fill my hole,
Whilst going through the toughest toll,
Of my daily scroll,

Short & sweet,
Nice & neat,
Just a quick treat.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 18, 2005

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