Angelic Warrior


To my dear friend, who brought me back from a terrible place


A dear friend lifts you up,
brings you back from a hellish life.
A dear friend makes you smile,
even as tears stream down your face.
A dear friend shows you that life has meaning,
that your worth something and you belong.
A dear friend tells you how they care,
let you know that you are important and priceless to them.
A dear friend loves you no matter what,
no matter your imperfections or you faults.
A dear friend is always there,
to make it all better, to make your crappy day go away.
A dear friend is what everyone needs,
what everyone deserves.
A dear friend is given from God,
the greatest gift the heavens could ever give.

Thank you Buddy!

Submitted: Friday, September 04, 2009

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  • Rookie - 127 Points Leslie Alexis (heaven Is My Home) (9/5/2009 3:04:00 PM)

    Some friends are more than friends
    Some friends are angels,
    Coming straight from heaven above
    Coming to show one love
    Such friends are you and me
    Such friends last all eternity. (Report) Reply

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