Cassandra Howell

Rookie (July 12,1989 / Lake City FL)

True Friendship Bond


Our friendship has always been strong
Even when we didn’t know it
We’ve forgiven the things done wrong
Every single thing and every little bit

Sometimes I stop and wonder
What life would be like without you
And I pray our friendship will never go under
Because now, we’ve started anew

No matter the fights we’ve shared
We were still close at heart
Even when we didn’t think we cared
Nothing could break us apart

Fond memories we had together
To our children, we will pass on
I hope they last forever and ever
So that others may see, our true friendship bond

Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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  • Rookie Michelle Pope (12/15/2005 3:36:00 PM)

    OMG! ! i remember when you gave me this poem.. its so sweet and so true! ! Our friendship is gunna last 4-ever and there aint nuttin that you can do about it... lol even when im reallly hyper and annoying YOUR STUCK W/ ME! ! ! but i luv ya gurl and good poem... (Report) Reply

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