John Griffiths

Rookie - 2 Points (14 April 1943 / Crew, Stoke on Trent. United Kingdom.)

Everlasting Friendship - Poem by John Griffiths

Sitting in my quiet room,
Uncertain and afraid.
My friends have all departed,
To a new home they have made.

True friendship is a bonding,
Once made it never ends,
It will join you for eternity,
To those you call true friends.

When it comes to my turn,
On that happy joyful day,
My friends will be there waiting,
To take me on my way.

I will once again be happy,
With my loved ones all around,
As I join them in their new home,
With the new friends they have found.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008



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