Leah Stout

(March 27,1995 / Montana)

Friends


I accept you as my friend
Because you are so kind
Our friendship doesn't break or bend

If we fight, we'll make ammends
We hang out to unwind
I accept you as my friend

You are thoughtful not to offend
I hope you can see, you're not blind
Our friendship doesn't break or bend

We'll be friends to the end
I ask for your help, and you don't mind
I accept you as my friend

I break things, you mend
I lose things, you find
Still our friendship doesn't break or bend

I ask to borrow, and you lend
Mabe I can get my t-shirt signed
I accept you as my friend
Our friendship doesn't break or bend

Submitted: Wednesday, June 04, 2008
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