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Little King of Sorrows


A Friend Forever


Through all I said, and all I've shown,
you must know by now your not alone.
I come and go just like a wave,
Not one to hold you like a slave.
I demand to care and that you know,
you always have a place to go,
inside of me a spot I saved,
within my heart, you name engraved.
Your painful story cut like knife,
when you claimed you tried to end your life,
if again that sorrow takes it's toll,
give me the chance to make you whole.
No matter where I go from here,
don't ever call my name in fear,
A friend forever, I swear on my son,
My time with you, is never done.
You are so special, so very dear,
I hope I somehow made that clear.
I know not what you think of me,
or if your friend I even be,
At least I know these words are true,
I'll always save my best for you.
A simple write, as my time is rushed,
a simple picture, I quickly brushed,
Give up on me, if you feel you must,
but my intentions were pure, it wasn't lust.

© 2013 L.K.Sorrows

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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  • Freshman - 2,244 Points Patricia Grantham (6/1/2013 6:36:00 AM)

    This is a magnificent poem about true friendship. Good
    friends will stick by each other through thick and thin. Will
    continue to love and never forsake. Good rhyme and rhythm.
    I really enjoyed this gem. (Report) Reply

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