Benjamin Posted June 13, 2011 Share Posted June 13, 2011 (edited) You found a humour in 'most everything, and they admired your comic wit.For it raised them to a single mind, and brought a warm respite to solemn rooms. And you would gently mock my staid demeanour, for I had become hard, although never toward you. You were my friend: I sheltered your life-- you lifted mine. Oh! How we leapt and danced the summer days: played games with wooden swords, made bows and arrows from twigs and bits of string, that seemed to inter-twine our different lives. But Autumn came: and as I caught the last coach home, you mimicked a fond adieu to make me laugh, but all the time I knew that I would not see you again. Edited June 19, 2011 by Benjamin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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