Dana Allen Crenshaw

(Louisville, KY, USA)

Picture - Poem by Dana Allen Crenshaw

This picture I send is a simple pose
from a simple person in hopes that
our friendship shall never worsen but
become stronger and last much longer
as a smile shows on you I could
only hope I would see more of you
across the miles many or few just
wanted to let you know I was thinking
of you

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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