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Posthumous poems - The Time Line ~ Just One More Time

Updated on August 7, 2011

The Time Line

With the blue skies above

and the great sea below

An earth on it's axis all in a glow.

With the power of time always on flow

It flies through the air and skims

the deep seas

Knows to be free.

It has no limits and is bound to be,

Only the past

for life

You & Me

Tony 11/21/

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JUST ONE MORE TIME

Just one more time

to feel your face.

Just one more time

to touch your heart.

Just one more time to love in the dark,

In the memories of love that sees and touches.

He found a place in the heart.

With me he left his mark.

Just one more time

to feel my arms around you.

A.A.F.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Free & Easy

The world around full of hate and revenge.

Never knowing or sure.

A wonderous world around us.

Full of surprise.

Never knowing or sure.

Living one day at a time.

Taking life easy for we never know what's next.

If you love you must love.

For if you never loved, you never lived.

Finding a new love, looking for day, playing for months.

To be free and easy~

Waiting for the right one to come along.

To be sure or never knowing.

Taking the silver platter and making it right.

Being sure of the ~

free and easy.

Tony Friedman

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      K.A.E Grove 5 years ago from Australia

      So beautiful

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      sister that 5 years ago from So Cal

      Thank you. My brother thanks you.

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      mckbirdbks 5 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

      A remarkable collection.

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      sister that 5 years ago from So Cal

      I am happy to have this place to share Tony's writings. In the account section I found a way to "group" them all together. I hope that works.

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