

1.

A Tea Party
Oh!
my friend
long ago
two small
girls
were seen
having
their
tea party
Last night
one
did not
attend
the other
took a
sip of
tea
then
refilled
her cup
with
bitter
tears.
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2.

Friendship #1
If shadows lengthen in your world
Life gets dark and dreary
I'll be your friend
I'll meet you there
If you're alone and weary.
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3.

Dear Friend #2
I have searched for you
Our hands almost touching
you were violently jerked
away
floating into the sea of life
I miss you.
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4.

A Pot of Gold
My dear friend
I refuse to let
you go
somehow
it is difficult
to say goodbye
the golden threads
which has held us
together
for so long
refuses to sever
they have been
interlaced
with time, and
knotted tightly
they have withstood
many storms
I know
at the end of your
rainbow
awaits a pot of gold
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