Christina Byrd


The Great Friend of Zachary G


There once was a boy named Zachary G
He got an app with no fee
He met a girl who was cool
at least she wasn't too big of a fool
They lived far apart
But a connection joined them at the heart
an unbroken bond
A Friendship which is fond
They wrote poems together
the words danced like a feather
they gave each other advice
And always said the other was nice
Over the years they spoke
and would always joke
of meeting each other
And hanging out with brothers
one day the girl came to the city
however it was a pity
No Zackary G was there
he was at the fair
Her innocence carried her like wings
They met and danced and wanted to sing
At the end of the day
she wanted no other way
Zachary G
A friend he was meant to be
The greatest friend as anyone could see.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013
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