POEMS: “A Friend Unseen” (Dedicated to Internet Friends) by Patricia Walter

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“A Friend Unseen”
(Dedicated to Internet Friends)

It’s strange to have a friend
that you have never hugged
lightly touched their arm
or looked into their eyes.

But you have
touched their soul
felt their heart
been embraced by
the warmth of their being.

A friend unseen
is not a friend untouched.
The eyes of the soul will gaze
the heart will embrace
the image will stand tall
but only in a dream.

Poetry & Art by Patricia Walter 2000 ©

Posted with permission from the author


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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Lovely poem. I love my internet friends.


    1. Thank you! Yes, I share your sentiment! I have developed some beautiful friendships through the internet as well 🙂


  2. Anita Bowden says:

    This is so true! In some cases, I have found a deeper connection to some of my internet friends, than I have to many others in my life! Thank you, dear Amira, for your very special friendship! ❤


    1. Oh, I totally agree, and thank you for your beautiful friendship dear Anita! ❤

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  3. LindaP says:

    I also loved this poem! I’m thankful for the wonderful spiritual friends I get to meet each day.God bless my internet friends!


    1. Thank you Linda! It’s true, it opens up a door to meet and connect with new friends we would otherwise never had a chance to “meet”…
      Love and hugs ❤


  4. Wow this is amazing! I absolutely loved it because it’s true and it’s definitely something that needs to be widely understood!


    1. Thank you friend for your appreciation to this poem, it also touched me because I have met many like minded wonderful friends, and even my husband through through the internet 🙂


      1. That’s amazing! In the end, it’s all about trust!

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