Marria Attar


...TwO HeArTs In 1... Poem by Marria Attar


Whatever you do
I’ll be waiting for you
If you feel your heart is broken in half along with its partial beat
I’ll give you the other half of mine to make it complete
If you feel life is dishonest with closed doors
I’ll give you all the honesty in my life to fill yours
If you feel hurt by someone again and again
I’ll try my best to relieve you from all the pain
If you need a true friend to trust
I’ll give you friendship that will never rust
If you feel betrayed by someone you trusted before
I’ll be there to end your personal war
Even if it means to start mine
As long as your safe from all harm…I’ll be forever fine
If you feel true friendship has just appeared in your eyes
I promise you that there will be no goodbyes
If you have just awaken from the pain in your heart
Then this is your bright new start
If you just believe in companionship
Then your suffering and pain will soon end
No more worries my dear
I will always be your true friend
Never will hardships of life break us apart
Because our friendship is somewhere safe…our friendship is in our heart.

Submitted: Thursday, December 03, 2009
Edited: Thursday, December 03, 2009

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