brittany yard

(01-29-1990 / morris il)

friends friends friends


friends were are
friends we'll be
friend for ever you and me

friends friends friends

friends with cars
friends from mars
friends to watch all the stars

friends friends friends

friends who trust
friends who cus
friends who always fus

friends friends friends

friends that cry
friends wonder why
friends who just want to try


friends friends friends

friends here
friends there
friends are every were

friends friends friends

friends who kiss
friends who miss
friends just like this

friends friends friends

Submitted: Saturday, April 25, 2009

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  • Anoop Nair (3/19/2013 12:23:00 PM)

    Dear friend,
    I like this poem.I also wrote a poem about friend.You may like my other poems too.I really appreciate if you read, rate and comment my poems.

    Thank you
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  • Minty Stone (2/4/2013 11:33:00 PM)

    Fine poem, but I feel it could benefit from some spelling, grammar, and punctuation editing. Also, I found the rhythm varied at parts and I was thrown off by the friends friends friends after every verse. (Report) Reply

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