I’d Never Forget You

 

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‘Those were the days my friend we thought they’ d never end’

I am sharing this blog post with Frank Solanki’s permission. I recently lost my oldest, dearest and closest friend. This poem touched my heart, I read it with tears in my eyes, recalling the times both good and bad that we shared. Lynn had known me far longer than anyone else, even my husband. I find joy in remembering the good times

 

Frank Solanki

Look back upon the flying time
How swiftly it went
Strongly etched in this heart of mine
The memories we spent
Now that we’re no longer together
Distant and apart
My heart beats now even stronger
Yearning for your heart
I know that your heart misses me
Mine misses you too
I know you’d never forget me
And I’d never forget you

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Author: soniabellhouse

Sonia Bellhouse is a contributor to Writing the Dream, an anthology for published writers produced by Serenity Press in 2016. In 2012she won two major awards in the inaugural Rockingham Short Fiction contest. Sonia's articles and stories are published in various magazines both in Australia and the UK. These include Good reading, Today's Bride, That's Life! and That's Life! Fast Fiction in Australia and Yours, The People's Friend and Best of British in the Uk. Sonia worked as a book reviewer for two years .As an avid reader and writer of multiple genres she facilitated a local book club for eleven years. She reluctantly decided to give it up, to concentrate on her writing. Sonia is a long time member of a writers group, regularly engaging authors to present workshops to the group.. Sonia enjoys catching up with friends, ignoring the ironing in favour of playing with her cat and learning new things. She's taken several online courses with Future Learn and The University of Iowa for both writing and non writing topics.

4 thoughts on “I’d Never Forget You”

  1. Hello Sonia. I just read your poem. It touches the heart and I understand how you feel for your best friend. Wherever she maybe, she can still read your poem, she knows you dedicated this piece of writing to her. She is proud of you. Though people part from each other, but true friendship will always be, I believe the souls stay together. Wishing you a Happy Week!

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