Two Telephones - Poem by Terry Donovan
We're just two telephones away.
I wonder if she'll call today?
I want to hear her speak and say
That she is well and all's ok,
To hear her words come down the line.
I wonder, is she missing mine?
We're just two telephones apart,
But will we have a heart-to-heart?
Be close together for a while?
Will I get to 'hear' her smile
And tell me things I need to know?
I'm sitting, waiting, hoping so.
We're just two telephones afar,
So many miles between us are
But when she whispers in my ear,
The miles evaporate - she's here!
I hear her voice and spring is springing
I must end now................
The phone is ringing!
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