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Your Forever Friend
by Susan K. de Vegter

Saturday, May 13, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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by Susan de Vegter
copyright 2005

It is easier to speak of a masterpiece
Than to create one for yourself
It seems passe' to border illusion
If we only recollect regret
Then it's human to act negative
While Godly to be esteemed
But it's immortal to leap boundaries
That are precious in our dreams
Fear can be a teacher at times
It appears to keep us strong
It's okay to be a failure... we've learned
And it's mortal to be wrong
You can live inside the box for a day
If your art is yours but for mine...
It would prove of far more me
If I painted outside of the lines
To age is something that bothers us all
From infancy unto our end
But I'd rather just outgrow my see
Then I'd live on...forever your friend.

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Reviewed by Dark Knight 7/19/2007
wow..this is really good!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/16/2006
Like Mona Lisa, smiling out at us in that mysterious way. Forever elusive, forever a friend.

Reviewed by A. Santo 5/14/2006
True friendship is a gift from the Almighty. I can't help but think that if we treated each other with the same love and respect we were created with by our Creator - then our lives would be filled with an abundance of the pleasures we have denied to the world: unending loyalty, steadfast patience, and unbridled joy! Good day to you dear one, good day. :)
Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 5/13/2006
A friend can be the only mirrior, we see our imperfections in.
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/13/2006
The art work is unique as is this poem.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/13/2006
Most outstanding piece!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/13/2006
To plod along in the prescribed path is something that I have NEVER done. You touched on a lot of my own life within your poem, Susan. Regrets? Oh, boy, sure. but regrets that I lived outside the box? Never. Loved this one, big time.
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 5/13/2006
~~Susan~great poem~philosophy~sadness~mmm~~wonderful~~

Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/13/2006
They say heaven is a good place to be...:)
But as Meatloaf likes to say " Heaven can wait, and a band of angels wrapped up in my heart "...
It's always good to keep pushing our limits and boundaries..
Excellent, introspective narrative !
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/13/2006
Wisdom from a scintillating mind of enlightenent! From a fearless visionary,who knows how to explore all realms and fear no horizons!
Masterful poem!A privilege to call you friend Sis!


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