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I live in Australia and have been blessed with a wonderful email friend from Italy. We are both attached and our relationship is based purely on friendship. The poem is exactly how we began - after one month and emailing daily.
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One Night On The Net
One night on the Net I was looking around
I found a chat room with people abound
I vaguely recall a short chat with you
A penfriend you'd like, and you spoke English too
I recall your name Davide from somewhere remote
The next day we emailed a short little note
Italian you were, and English your strength
So writing became quite frequent at length
I now know you quite well, and you also know me
A special friendship of trust, care and honesty
One day I am sure we will meet my good friend
So I say to you Ciao and much affetto I send . . .
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