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Soon Our Friends Perish Post by :Deafbiz Category :Poems Author :Robert Louis Stevenson Date :May 2010 Read :2771

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Soon Our Friends Perish

SOON our friends perish,
Soon all we cherish
Fades as days darken - goes as flowers go.
Soon in December
Over an ember,
Lonely we hearken, as loud winds blow.








The End
Robert Louis Stevenson's poem: Soon our friends perish

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