marnison 79F
194 posts
3/18/2006 7:13 am

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3/26/2006 12:47 am


Perhaps *Webster* is right...

"He lamented his thougthless acts"

*Webster* came into my life at an early age
ready for the world and ..yearning for everything that he could give me
I suppose I matured at a young age and seemed forward and well, "You know, one of *those* girls that wanted it before any one of her friends".
In fact.....*Webster* was my first.

When I could bear it no longer
I could turn to him
and have all the answers
Oh...how I longed...for *Webster*
those words embraced and caressed my mind
as no other...would or could

He knew

Years passed
*Webster* hung in there
I sometimes took him for granted and toyed with him and sometimes ignored his words
he never left me
always stayed by my side
He still...gave me what I needed
when I stumbled and fumbled in life
on those nights
when I would reach out for him
He would be there
still caressing me with his words
giving me strength to move on

He taught me well

Some...have said
Webster was a "know it all"
always trying to be the one who said
"look at me"
even the little girls liked Webster
well for that matter...even the little boys

I'm grown now
still learning though
yearning and searching
for that ..special..one


he never left me
still by my side
It's good to know
there's one to grow old with



somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
3/22/2006 6:12 am

I rather suspect there's a bit of a *Webster* in all of us, my liege, if not several???

The natural world is a spiritual house. . . . Man walks there through forests of spiritual things, that watch him with affectionate looks.
-- Charles Baudelair

Oh, that one could learn to learn in time!
‒ Enrique Solari

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LuckyThenGood 57M

3/25/2006 10:04 pm

Is it right to suffer envy for a book?

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