Christina Simmons


There're thoughts of annoyance
encircling the mind clouding
sight stopping the vision.

In need of nurturing
receiving tender care
from a friend who understand
the meaning of friendship trust and reassured.

Someone to talk too - who will listen
without remaining superficial
Who could pick me up
when falling only to stand
up again - Getting a call from anyone
would make a difference

Possibly I need more than that?
A person whom to be sure of
A friend without hidden blemishes
A being coming from a place of pure sincerity.

Submitted: Friday, November 07, 2014
Edited: Friday, November 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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Wishing and wanting a friend to trust and confide in, someone to rely on; there's no such person. We all have to be that person to ourselves. Unfortunately some of us have to experience many hardship before we learn.

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