an ode to my friends


an ode to my friends

All may seem different
Things may have changed
But let us not forget
You are all my friends indeed
All of you have given me
A piece of treasure
Of something that I will always keep
This treasure is our memories
So let us never forget
Even if one is to pass away
Let us take a look back
Of all the happy things
I thank those of you
Who have made me happy
Even when we graduate
I will always remember you

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Charlie23 commented on an ode to my friends


We never forget the friends of our youth. I know I still cherish each one today, as they found a permanet place in my heart. Great poem!

Marsink commented on an ode to my friends


Memories of friends may fade or even get rusty, but rarely die, unlike the friends they were born of. I have had quite a few friends die while I grew up and their memory lives on after 40 years. A great presentation of the warmth of friendship and the simple treasure of memory! Thanks for sharing!

In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.

Franz Kafka (1883-1924) Czech writer.

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