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This poem is written for one of my best friends. He is the only person I really trust and I admire him a lot. I wrote this so he'd know how much he meant for me.
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I gaze into twin pools of warmth
Bright and sparkling
I see something indescribable
Something I can't quite put my finger on.
Twin pool, blazing and brilliant
Making all your sweetness
And all your compassion
Twin pools shimmering and glimmering
Showing how you're
Sweet, sensitive, caring and kind
Funny athletic cunning and friendly
Twin pools, so animated and intense
Help me to share
Your love of life,
Your life of love.
I gaze into twin pools of warmth and
I see the sweetest person I've ever met or ever will meet
I recognize a sincere and honest guy who can never be replaced
I realize you are so special because
When I look into your eyes
I witness a miracle, I find a friend.
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