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Deferred Friendship

You entered the room, we spoke a while, Your eyes spoke volumes, a gentle soul. A compatriot to spend time with, The prospects seemed so bright to me. Laughed at observed funny moments, Smiled when our eyes found each others'. Then the news came on, I gave my opinion, Not so you interjected, you had your say. Stuck to my rationale, years in the making, You got irate stating your learned points. Why oh why did we not agree to disagree, Off you stormed muttering under your breath. There I stood, mumbling to myself, Naught to show but a deferred friendship! Pontiak. Copyright June 2013.

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