September Will Come And Go - Poem by Arlene Dery
We've had a separation,
Far in space and years,
You are always welcome,
So put away your fears.
My loving arms are open wide,
There's nothing left to loose,
I'll always love you very much,
Please meet me when you choose.
I'll be waiting for you,
I'm taking all the blame,
There's nothing larger on my heart,
Than calling out your name.
September will come and go,
Like all the times before,
For you are sixteen wishes,
For you and evermore.
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