WHEN WE ARE NOT TOGETHER

“When We Are Not Together”

I would like to know how you are?

Hopefully, you are as happy as I am.

I’ve noticed sadness in your voice

and would love to free you of it.

What we share together is too good

to not be rejoicing;

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Writer, Poet, Pedagogue, and Playwright www.erasmuscromwellsmith.com

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Writer, Poet, Pedagogue, and Playwright www.erasmuscromwellsmith.com

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