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Rough Seas


Author: Eagle
ASL Info:    20, M, Australia
Elite Ratio:    3.16 - 22 /48 /18
Words: 80
Class/Type: Misc /Friendship
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This was written for a friend of mine. She was feeling a little depressed cus she thought her boyfriend was loosing interest in her.


Rough Seas



Though the tides may change,
And the winds may blow,
There is always a place to go.

If you’re depressed,
Or sick of your life,
There will always be people,
To get you out of strife.

You will always be loved,
By family and friends,
And things will be alright,
No matter how your story ends.

There will always be love,
There will always be hope,
There will always be friendship,
To make sure you cope.




Submitted on 2005-07-18 05:27:39     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  A happy poem among the rather not happy stuff that we have to sort through to get to the happy poems.
Simple and effective.
Me like.
Cheers
Azuire
| Posted on 2007-03-17 00:00:00 | by Azuire | [ Reply to This ]
  This is a nice write! Very thoughtful and considerate of you to write something inspirational for a friend. That is sweet. This is heartfelt and speaks of unconditional friendship no matter what as stated in the 3rd stanza which is awesome! You sound like a great friend and she is lucky to have you! Very good poem! Take care!
| Posted on 2005-07-18 00:00:00 | by lmz | [ Reply to This ]
  Nice Thought Eagle that no matter how alone you feel there is usually always someone to rely on and that is a comforting thought. Nice piece
John
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| Posted on 2005-07-18 00:00:00 | by hammyj | [ Reply to This ]


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