Written for a friend who I found on the Internet and lives in my hometown. An Ozark lady who showed up when I needed a friend.

This poem originally was published in Friendship Poems - Poems about Cyber Friends

Wind Friend
Out she reaches touching this darkened soil of an aged earth.
Soft hair and tender eyes she walks this path to its very end.
Colours reaching from a gentle wind giving life's beauty a natural worth.
Slowly bowing, rising, turning, from this smile it sent my friend.

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  • Pintu
    Really nice friend which explain in simple way that the web kissed the mind and spirit.
  • Jasmin
    This poem means so much more than what it says. It has a deeper meaning within.
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  • PRIYANSHU
    This is poem is explain the way of bond love between two freinds. may god bless this type of friend,
  • Nice
    it was awesome. i knew i would find the words which i wanted to express to someone else!
  • Pintu
    wa what a nice poem!It is too experimental.
  • Sherry
    This poem is very touching and lovely. Everyone that has developed a friendship with some 'unseen' person should enjoy it.
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  • karen
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    IT WAS VERY GOOD
  • kyra
    this has to ne of the mst beautiful poems ive read,almost on a par with 'she walks in beauty'
  • franz
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  • Robinson
    Perfect poem for unseen friends
  • Steve
    I really like this
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