Tameeka Smith

(Norfolk)

True Friendship


Regardless of the relationship
Having a strong friendship
Should be the base of it
Lucy and Nenita you guys
Are an awesome fit
No matter the distance
You two I will never forget
Years have gone by
My how time flys
I have always thought
Of our goodbyes
As long hellos
Because our friendship
Runs deep in my soul
Your friendship is such a treasure
Real friendship is not easy to come by
Even if you try
One can learn much
From the Redwood trees
You see how tall
That the tree grows
Towering above the ground
But beneath it
The roots are joined together
Strong forever
I wish that I
Could show you my heart
Then you would
Be able see
Your special spot
For now my words
Are all I've got
Always believe
What you mean to me
Our friendship will
Always Be

Submitted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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