Brittany Cook

My best friend

There is a part of me within your soul.
Theres a part of me that feels your pain when you are empty i'm not whole
when your bewildered i'm insane
we have a connection deep, deep within you've been my provider my shelter,
my rock, my best friend. In my shallow life i find substance in you knowing that we've shared a
special bond your honest opinions and direct point of view
your bold intuitions I've learned to grow found of
we share a connection deep, deep within your my wisdom, my warrior and of
course my best friend.
I've had so many opportunities simply because of you you guided me though
You eliminated fear. you listened I find comfort
knowing you are near. we share a connection, until the very end from this life to the next phase
you will always and forever be my best friend

Submitted: Sunday, November 27, 2011
Edited: Saturday, July 14, 2012

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