Frank Pulver

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Special Friend


I wish I knew you in my past
And why did not take us so long
To get to know each other, but at least I know our friendship is true.
And yes if we want it to last
Then our friendship will always be Special and strong
Yes, I know that there are times that you get that tingly feeling when I call
I also want you to know that I get that tingly feeling also when I hear your name
And yes, we both question ourselves how this can be true
That we both have that one Special Friend that is there to catch each other when we fall
And there not another person in this world that is alike or the same
This why we both need to say to the Lord, Thank you.

By Frank Pulver

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2012

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A Special Hello to a Special Friend like you

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