A Man like you, who embody the spirit of greatness
by saying ' yes I can so you can '
Thanks for your inspiring dedication
and tremendous example to the world.
Now, I might soon say goodbye with sad
yet grateful hearts. I wanted to thank you for being
here from the very start. Words cannot convey
my gratitude gratitude in my hearts.
Thank you so much for all your friendship
and bear witness to your passion.
It is a pleasure and privilege to be
one of your friend, Thank you.
So, without further pause, I'll
speak plain from my hearts.
DOC WILDE, I adore,
means everything to me.
The big patient, kind and thoughtful,
the big picture, he helps me understand.
I love him very much,
My best friend, truly, my sparkling sun.
I' well miss being here in Poem Hunter
but well never be out of touch.
Your courage never left you,
always positive and driven,
I wish I could give you a Medal
for the inspiration that you've given.
The only thing I could give is my
truly am as your friend.
Your Strength and intelligence, courage
and love, In heart I'll always hold dear,
you really are so special, in fact amongst the best.
It is a pleasure and privilege to be a part
of friend with you.
With gratitude from my heart thank you!
God bless you always,
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