Tanya Williams

Closed Door Of Friendship

Never felt
the desire to open thee,

But one day
thou sprangst open.

What I see?

You &



I see your
visage looking at me,


The feeling
of the cold air of irony is takin over,

Because you
are looking at me,

Laughing at

And telling
the story of my friendship with thee.

I see the
future in the present

And in the
future the past,

But what I

Is the
future with thee

The future
thou destroyest. 


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Published on e-Stories.org on 07/09/2007.


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