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This poem was written for a friend of mine that left us, seemingly much to young. But she always seemed to have an inner knowledge that urged her to lead the most fulfilling life she could.
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|by Renee 'nay' Kristen Kristen
Trapped in the glorious years
within the memory of belief, lost of all grief.
Take the reasons,
which once seemed so clear,
but never mind, you have nothing to fear.
For you my fried will be, forever young,
Forever in the heart of memories.
Lost in the glory of all time,
the wisdom was there within that smile,
You see you could have told us,
there within lies the mystery.
So shed a smile, and grin a tear,
For you my friend, will be,
Forever young, Forever young.
Forever in the heart of memory,
We see not through or misery.
Forever young, forever young.
There's a new angel tonight.
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