Marking My Globe With Your Friendships - Poem by Mary Nagy
I bought myself a globe
that shows me where you are.
I like to see if you are near
or if you're very far.
I've cut out little flags
and on them write your names.
So many are so far away
but I love you just the same.
My globe is getting covered
with these little flags with pins.
I think what you've all taught me
is that friendship always wins.
I hope to have a pin
in every space I see.
It's interesting to think of you
so far yet dear to me.
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