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FRIENDS

written by: Phyllis P. Colucci

@FictionTarot

 

As the seasons whisper tunes of yore,
I will remember you…
For the friendship which we shared
When hearts were down
For the smile we shared
That wiped away a frown

…So when Old Man Winter sets his bones outside your door
Or runs his icy fingers ‘cross your floor
The memory of a friend will warm your soul
Perhaps rekindle special thoughts of days of ol’

When Springtime softly taps your weary shoulders
And you turn to take a look behind
You’ll see a vision there of someone smiling
For only a loving friend would be so kind

Soon Summer spreads her golden wings of fire
And casts a lonely shadow of days gone by
Yet the memory of those days shall live forever
Since “rooted” friendships flourish and never die

Now Summer fades into the arms of Autumn
Where lifeless leaves die off, and often crumble
Where whistling winds tap at your backyard window
And cause your dreams to turn and twist or tumble

But through it all, the heart recalls
The past which filters through
You reminisce about the time
A friend did comfort you

So as the seasons whisper tunes of yore,
I will remember you…
For the friendship which we shared
When hearts were down
For the smile we shared
That wiped away a frown

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

Friendships come and friendships go; but the ones that leave an imprint in your heart, are the ones you will remember. Those memories remain with you forever, and comfort you when you need it most.

Phyllis P. Colucci

Phyllis P. Colucci

I am a freelance / indie writer (fiction, poetry, blog), residing in Brooklyn, New York.
I retired from a Supervisory/Admin position with a Federal Law Enforcement agency in NYC, a few years back.
Presently, I am pursuing my passion for writing, and most of my writing has that New York edge.
Phyllis P. Colucci

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