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  To you, my Friend
by Regina Pounds
Wednesday, August 01, 2001


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a message to an on-line friend


To you, my Friend

We met
We talked
We laughed
We cried

We stormed
We stunned
We took delight

From each other's company
From each other's joys or cheer
From each other's dreams
From each other's schemes

We took and we gave
No matter for how long
We were here
For each other
Where friends belong.

Loyalty and Trust...
That's what makes a friendship strong.

Whether it lasts?
Who is to know in any way.
Forever is not ours
So I thank you for today.

copyright 1998 Regina Pounds

RD's Foyer


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Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 1/24/2009
Gina~!

"Loyalty and Trust...
That's what makes a friendship strong."


You are so right - this is a very touching write - excellent!!


Hugs,

Lance
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/20/2008
I do so remember my pen pal Lynne coming last November and who great we got along, just like we knew each other forever from the time she got off the plane til she boarded again.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 12/31/2007
enjoyed the read
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/15/2006
Fair toss, Gina. Well said; and it seems so honest and true too. I love the flow and the meaning. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Laurie Anthony 12/22/2003
An upbeat poem, so refreshing!
Reviewed by S. Holland (Reader) 7/17/2003
What a very nice light and appreciative verse. Live in the minute and don't be devastated when that minute passes by.

Thank you for reviewing my poem "Your Laughter."
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 2/22/2003
I applaud your writing ! So alive and lovely
Reviewed by Keith Brinson (Reader) 9/4/2002
Again great rhyme and bouncy. I just went right through this. And so very true!
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 8/18/2002
Gina: I like your work. It's straightforward and honest. Go go ...
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 3/4/2002
~~~~~wonderful~~~~~
Reviewed by Jeremy Vaeni 1/24/2002
I especially enjoy the way the first two (full)stanzas pound along in a rhythm and the last two lines of the last stanza are pretty great.
Reviewed by Ian Thorpe 12/9/2001
An important message at a time when we all seem to be drifting so fasr away from each other
Reviewed by Cin 11/26/2001
So many lovely friendships and more have formed via the net
Reviewed by Patrick Patterson (Reader) 11/25/2001
I know just what you mean. I love a girl I've never seen.Its all good
Reviewed by Victoria Murray 10/29/2001
nicely written poem. I enjoyed it very much. But then Regina, I enjoy all of your writings...
Victoria
Reviewed by Darlene Zagata 10/24/2001
Lovely!
Reviewed by Leslie Garcia 10/11/2001
The last two lines are especially moving, and it's an interesting portrayal of "high tech" friendship, which is so new, but becoming so important. Good work!
Reviewed by Tyrone Godfrey 10/10/2001
A truly wonderful poem regina.
Reviewed by Trixie Love 9/29/2001
Hi Gina,
This is really nice..

Thanks,
Trixie
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 8/24/2001
This is wonderful:)
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 8/1/2001
A nice salute! JC

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Leonora: Tulips in Winter

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The Any Agency: Wild Violets

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Theo's Ghost

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Lord Eaglebeak

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