True Friend Poem

I'm 13 years old and SO thankful that I have my friends! They've helped me through so much and these words don't even begin to describe how appreciative I am towards them. Thank you

Real Friends

© Olivia
There's this little thing called friendship
I experience it every day
And I will always be thankful that I have friends
Because they have helped me along the way

A friend is a flashlight in the dark
A rainbow after the storm
The sunshine after a cold, damp day
The glue when you are torn

I have friends I love like sisters
(I know they love me too)
They'll be there through the thick and thin
For I know their friendship is true

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Published: May 2010
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  1. Rashmi Chaturvedi, Delhi Submitted on Monday, October 17, 2011

    Few lines remembered by reading this poem

    _ I believe in angels,
    The kind that heaven sends
    I am surrounded by angels,
    But I call them Friends.

  2. Heaven Submitted on Wednesday, February 12, 2014

    The phone rang I could tell something was wrong, because of how many times the same number called, I answered it they said that you're gone, I asked how could this be he loved his life so much we we're planning on having a long day of fun so much to break such a strong bond...then I seen your name on Facebook. So many people saying you're gone I knew it was real I wish it was a Dream. I need God to return you to help me. I need a hug just a little goodbye if I could rewind time I would come with you that same day you died and jump in front of the truck that was going 45 miles. I would have got hit pushed you out the way I know you see me cry so many tears that you'd usually wipe away but you're in my heart forever you'll always be gone but never forgotten

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