Anatomy Of A True Friend - Poem by ash poems
Will always see you for the way you really are, your true self.
Will always have them open to listen.
To always tell you the truth and give their opinions, tell you when you mess up or do something good.
Shoulders: Will offer when you need one to cry on and will be your strength when you find it hard to carry yourself. Will always let you lean on them.
Heart: To love you for who you are and not judge. Will always have a place there for you.
Hands: To hold yours when you need a little guidance, to lend when you need help, and to help you up when you may fall.
Arms: Will always make you feel comfortable in them and to offer hugs when you need one. Will try to warm when you are cold.
Feet: To walk with you throughout your life and be the best friend they can be.
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