True Friends – Poems From A True Friend


Wednesday, July 3, 2002

Although acquaintances may be many, and true friends they may be
few, counted on one hand are good folk like you.

A true friend will visit often to say hello,
but will always take the precious time,
to say hello, with a carefully crafted rhyme.

Rhyme, whether a cheer or just to say hello,
comes from not just fingers and a mind,
but requires a certain heart, which is kind.

When our mail is opened, which contains,
a rhyme no matter to what it may or does not speak,
these are the friends in need whom we seek and want to keep.

–The Faerie Keeper aka Denny Lancaster

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