Mary E. McFarland
Lost And Found - Poem by Mary E. McFarland
It’s hard to say "I love you,"
This you found was true.
But I need some one to hold me,
To tell my troubles to.
Another winter is here and I’m
so sad, You’ve found some one else
and my memories can’t all be bad.
I’ve also found a new love and am no longer
So take care and learn to say
"I love you."
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