a forgotten friend


I saw you the other day

As I walked down the lane

Was it of shock or delight I cannot say

The feeling of familiarity that came

I thought you were gone

Or at least they told me so

Should’ve known they were wrong

Should’ve known you wouldn’t go

Missed you when the day turned dark

And in the sky when the stars did spark

Missed you when the rain poured down

And the arch of the rainbow touched the ground

Remember the dreams we shared?

About princes and castles and fairytales

If I asked you to, would you still care?

And join me again as I sail

Along the flow of memories I left behind

And with them, you, my dear friend

I kept you out of my mind

I thought that was an end

But now I know you were there

With me in every laughter and pain

When I gave up in despair

You were the voice that said “try again”!

 

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3 Comments

  1. Indiwriter said,

    March 7, 2011 at 6:11 pm

    so very true.. the strength that old friendships give us..

  2. Jingle said,

    April 1, 2011 at 1:48 am

    true words..
    aptly done…

    come to look for your perfect poet award acceptance of week 40, please let me know in case you have inserted the award image to your poem post and nominated another poet for week 41.

    Thanks.
    🙂


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