About the Poem
Everyone needs a true friend - this is to a very special one in my life
My Special Friend
|by Joe Leblanc|
|Your cheerful smile
Your caressing hand
It's the really simple things
That make your life look so grand
You're a special woman
It's in your eyes
I see the truth
There is no disguise
It's your spirit
Maybe your soul
But my life without you
Would feel painfully old
You've been a true friend
I hope you stay
I would be so very empty
If you ever went away
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15 Visitor Comments
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