Kayode Lagbayi

Rookie (02/08 / Ibadan)

Letter To My Best Friend - Poem by Kayode Lagbayi

My darling friend
I count on you
Because you define our friendship
When we run into life
Through smiles and tears
In a carefree manners
That your light radiate to me
And mine to you

You came into my life
And filled it with joy and peace
My whole world you turn around
And make it a fulfilled kingdom
Like my mother you care and love
Like my father you guard and guide
No regret to be your friend
Because I never walk alone

When I need someone to listen to
You are always there
When I need someone to listen to me
You never disappear
In you I confide and you in me
Whenever my spirit is low and down
You are always there to give it a lift
Your words to me are power to move on

You are the song that gladdens my heart
A lasting memory in my heart
And a precious gift from heaven
In all situation, good and bad
You stand there with me
And make my life easier
Whenever needs arise
You are upright and be there for me

I treasure our friendship
Its an invaluable gift
Worth more than gold and silver
Am so blessed to share my life with you
Its naturally compatible with mine
I will hold onto it and never let it go
I thank God for bringing us together
And this far

By your side my stand will always be
Through all the storming wind
And all of the calm breeze
Because I like, love and cherish you
And that is the pillar of best friend
Which you are to me
And that you are always are

Comments about Letter To My Best Friend by Kayode Lagbayi

  • Gold Star - 5,757 Points Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon (12/29/2013 1:30:00 PM)

    Full of feelings and pregnant with passion. A faithful friend is one of life's most priceless gifts and he who is so blessed is wealthy. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013

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