B.M.H - Poem by Elizabeth Walker
You are always near when I fall to the ground.
Your arm is out for me to grab when I've fallen down.
All the encouraging words all the helpful advice,
I cant describe you in just a word.
You're so much more than nice.
We've laughed and cried, slept and screamed,
when life was beyond hope or so it seemed.
You lift me up and push me on,
reassure me that I'll see another day dawn.
The brother I've never had, the friend I always will,
We drive each other crazy and we love each other still.
I lose control you restore my soul
you make the life I have not so bad.
So here's my poem a tribute to my closest friend
cheers to a fabulous relationship I know will never end.
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