Alexander Joeseph


To A Friend - Poem by Alexander Joeseph

To a friend in distress, the.lord be your strength.to a friend embed in success, this is just the begining.to a friend far away, am there, even as you sleep, i pray for you.like a good dream, i shall love you best.to a friend in love, a rose for you and a rose for her, a rose for everything said and done, from me to you.to a friend in want, keep faith and pray.to a friend ridiculed, keep silent.through the acceptance of your imperfection, you are made perfect.to a friend knocked out, fight back.to a friend in anger, let go and take a breath.take a breath for anger destroys.through the simple heart it embeds, destroying the harmony and happiness which we have toiled to seek.to a friend yonder.sailing across the isle of blessed.you shall go in peace, through the nights gale and fierce.i shall be the star and i shall be your moon in gaze, keeping strong and bright for you.to a friend in love and not loved back, let go.even though it tears through your heart and you feel hurt and sad, let go.for that very reason, that you truly love her, let go.to a friend that acknowledge me, i shall, in much honesty do the same.to a friend that despise me, i shall likewise do the same.to a friend in death, rest in peace, sleep tight and sleep sweet.like memories of summer's rain, you lie here, deep down in my heart; of what we were once.what you have been and will always be to me.to a friend that loves me, do not love me like things that come and pass away, nor like winters, it stares and sleep.love me like a gentle steady brook, like a brother.love me like everything sweet and true, gentle and mild.love me cause you know am worth it.love me cause you want to, right from that innate mind, that seeks to express. Alex.c.joseph

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013


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