Befriended - Poem by Thomas Adams
I have noticed a soft, pleasing glow that surrounds a true friend.
This dainty hue would to become brilliant and serve as a beacon,
amidst the tumultuous seas of life's tragedies.
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The Poetaster Sept/2013
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