Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson

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Virtual Rainbows- A Duet Of Friendship - Poem by Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson

Part 1- By Pam
A virtual world that led us
To see the lives we lead
I wanted a friend to talk to
And a friend you said you need.
We came across each other
We have shared our true emotions
And now our friendship's sailing
Like a ship across the ocean.
I really have been enjoying All the stories that we share
Despite how far you are from me You have shown you really care.
I hope to be the same with you And be there for your call
And when the sadness faces us We can stop each other's fall.
And when I see a rainbow I know just what to do
I will stop and stare and realise What a rainbow means to you.
Pamela James Blackwood

Part 2- By Lisa
True friendship these days we each have to earn
From listening and caring, to sharing what we learn
No materialistic gifts or offering a loan
Just the simple things in life like a text on the phone
Even a missed call when you’re grafting for pay
Shows someone gave thought, in their own busy day
Is wealth really that precious? Id have to say no
As I’ve found a true meaning for my virtual rainbow!
Lisa C WIlkinson

Comments about Virtual Rainbows- A Duet Of Friendship by Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson

  • (4/3/2007 4:18:00 PM)

    Lisa, this is beautiful. As Brian has said before me two for the price of one. Both priceless. Top marks for both if I could give it, but the counter only allows 10. Thanks you for sharing these my friends.

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  • Brian Dorn (3/24/2007 10:41:00 AM)

    Wow... two poems for the price of one! I'm not sure if I've read a 'duet' like this before... a wonderful concept! Great write(s) from both of you! !

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 5, 2011

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