Lucy Doyles

(Great Yarmouth, UK)

My Long Lost Friend - Poem by Lucy Doyles

The music is playing on the stereo
I wish you would and say hello
My friend I miss you in my heart
please can we make another start

Every time the memories are there
It hurts me dearly to know you're not here
What have I done to you cause I care
I wish you would tell me and clear the air

Please don't forget me
my dear friend
because I will always be here
my long lost friend
The Winter Season The leaves are rustling in the breeze
As they're falling from the trees
As autumn passes, winter comes
We know that snowfall won't be long

It's getting colder as days go past
And now the snow's arrived at last
See the flakes come floating down
So white and crisp in the town.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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