Treasure Island

Richard Howardson


I love you my friend


When I became your friend,
i never thought it will be like this,
it will be so beautiful.

I want to talk to you,
I want to share with you,
I want to see you.

I wait for you,
and when you reply,
I feel so good.

I don't know,
how I got attached to you
in such small time.

How you became so special to me,
how I think of you so much,
but I do, and I love this feeling,
I love to be your friend.

It must be the luckiest day of my life,
when i saw you here...

And i promise you,
I will be there for you,
when you need me,
and even when you don't.

I will be there,
to take care of you,
to listen to you,
to make sure,
that you are happy.

May our friendship lasts forever,
till the end.

I love you,
I love you my dear friend...

Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Edited: Saturday, January 07, 2012

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