Remember our first days of school
And how we were taught the golden rule
Do unto others as you want to be done
A good example of the Father's Son

We could speak God's Name back then
Reading the Bible was how our day would begin
We memorized the twenty third Psalm
Our lives were pretty much peaceful and calm

We would skip along hand in hand
Easy living, life made no demands
The very best of friends
We were, and have always been

Eating lunch under the old Elm tree
Giggling, planning what we would be
After lunch we loved to play Jacks
Or hop scotch, don't step on a crack

Remember the day Bobby pushed you down
You fell so hard when you hit the ground
Your arm was broken that day
And boy did Bobby have to pay

Our days of youth are golden to me
Forever in my heart they will be
The memories of my heart plays so sweet
Your friendship's made my life complete

Melva


I Love You My Friend!

Scripture Proverbs 17~17
A friend loveth at all times












  


 

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