Jackie Johnson

Rookie (March,8,1990)

Friends - Poem by Jackie Johnson

As the years go by, and time goes on
many faces come and go.
And in our hearts there is a place a
few will come to know.
We may not see or talk to them for days,
or months, or years;
But the feeling is there, you've shared their
laughter and yes, you've felt their tears.
For friends you see are a special gift that
is given the whole year through.
And once you receive one, they will always
remain a very special part of you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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