Linda Claire

(Virginia)

A Recipe for Friendship


A pinch of love,
A dash of kindness.
A shake of sympathy,
A teaspoon of laughter.

A cup of memories,
A jug of magic,
A tablespoon of similarities,
A handful of differance.

A sprinkle of smiles,
And ounce of knowledge.
A pint of secrets,
A bit of trust.

This is all what makes a friend,
You have one with you.
Far or near.
Dead or alive.
Your heart will remember.
Not your brain.

And if ever any doubt,
Always keep in mind;
No matter what happens,
With life or death,
Friendship or fights,
I will always, always!
Be your best friend.


Forever and ever.
We will be remembered.
Together.

Submitted: Friday, October 23, 2009

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