Aisha Alansari

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Our Friendship will never end


The first time the two of us met,
We were caught in a friendship net.

You make me crazy,
You make me go insane,
You make forget about the pain.

Whenever I have problems I ring your doorbell,
You help me and I help you,
That's one of the reasons our friendship works so well.

You tell me what's right or wrong,
I'll always depend on your advices all life long.

You stood by me through thick and thin,
My life became easier when you walked in.

I'll always be thankful for the moments we shared,
They brought us closer like butter and bread,
If we always stick together,
I promise you my friend..
Our friendship will never end.

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Saturday, April 20, 2013

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Well I have most amazing bffs in the world so I wrote this for them

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By Aisha Alansari

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