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TITLE: Dear Old Friend
By Mary Bryant
12/27/04
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This is a general poem, to those from 18 on up...to those who have lost loved ones.
Dear Old Friend

This is an ode to a dear old friend,
One I met and bonded with.
Shes waiting you know
For someone to show,
Its time you see for her to go Home.

Time is no more but, dials and whirrs
Shes no longer concerned of the outside world
As she lays sleeping pondering her end
She is waiting to see
Her dear old friend.

I look at the sky and see the clouds form
Tonight wont be easy
There is going to be a storm.

Yes the storm is coming and the thunder will be heard
The rain will start falling and so will my heart
This lady has been on this earth a very long time
She has seen many wars, and has seen much strife

But a while ago she knew things were changing
You see God began to call her name when she was dreaming
She knew soon that it would soon be time to leave,
But not before she saw her dear old friendme.

Dedicated to Jesse Meyer

1-22-02
Mary Bryant
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