A poem by Theodore Tendyke

"A Stream In the Sky"

I paused by a stream where a friend and I

once shared some time, now long gone by.

Cool water still flowed, reflecting the sky.



That friend, who’s now gone, brought tears to my eyes.

Perhaps we shall meet in the by-and-by.

Would that it be near a stream in the sky.

— Theodore Tendyke

Theodore Tendyke is a Hayfield writer. The Post-Bulletin publishes poetry by local and area writers every Monday. Send poems to Jay Furst , P.O. Box 6118, Rochester, MN 55903.

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