Ruth warren

Rookie (5/4/1973 / LONDON)

Always Friends - Poem by Ruth warren

My wonderful, new found friend,
how my heart sheds tears for you;
I can feel your' sorrow and heartache,
from the pain that you've been through.

I talked with you on the phone today,
and your' voice put a smile on my face;
yet through your' laughter I could clearly hear,
the beat of your' throbbing heartaches.

We said our goodbyes as I hung up the phone,
thanking God He had sent you my way;
and I wished that I could turn back time,
and erase all your' fears in someway.

However you're feeling down deep inside,
I too feel the very same way;
for when you are happy, my heart smiles,
and when you are hurting, I too share your' pain.

I would do anything that I could,
if you ever needed me;
for a friend such as you, so special and rare,
is one of my greatest blessings.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 10, 2006

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