Night Time Friends. - Poem by PAUL COLVIN
I trudge the lonely darkened stairs, feeling, groping, sliding
Up the dim wall to my room, that's where I'll be hiding
Once in bed, I toss and turn and lock the world outside
My bed is so much nicer when I'm snuggled up inside.
It's there my special friends come by and pass my night away
So please stop by within your dreams and I hope one night you'll stay
For dreams are only pleasant if we're prepared to share
As friends are just like you and I, we show the world we care.
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