Jack And Tom - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
Jack and Tom
Jack and Tom went frolicking together.
Where they went, it didn't even matter.
They were best friends you see.
They were inseparable to be.
One day the natural beauty came
Between the sun and moon.
Jack loved the sun
And Tom the moon.
I went hunting for a word
That described this work
Of God you see.
Jack and Tom had a worthy friendship.
The kind of friendship
That would ever be
Of God's love
Forever be for you to see.
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