A Friend

Adam was his name.
He was funny.
Rude, crude, and lewd.
But we loved him for it.
Gave free advice on cooking.
Offered a fair price if the mood struck him.
My dear friend is not among us,
rather with us in spirit.
I shall miss him more than words can convey.
I shall remember his awkward smile.
His loud, smug smile too.
May the winds be gentle upon his wings,
for he needs to watch me,
from time to time.
To make sure I don’t gamble my money away.
In one place, anyway!

God Dammit!
He was awesome.

Enough said for now.
Peace be with you, Adam.
May the light shine brightly for you.

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