zara williams

Best Friends - Poem by zara williams

We laugh at the embarrassment,
we call each other names
and when we're bored in class,
we invent the stupides games.
we get yelled at by teachers,
sometimes we mess up in teats.
then the arguments would be about,
who messed up the best.
we text and chat all the time.
even though we've been
together most of the day.
we sure are crazy and weird.
but i love it that way.
we give those cuties secret
as we professionally stalk.
then make fun of our haters,
because we know we rock.
we escape boring assemblies,
get caught just before we're
about to run
make crazy memories,
because with a friend like you
there's always fun
we plan a shopping day,
go out to the mall.
then just walk around and laugh,
not buying anything at all.
you know when i'm sad,
you look beyond my smile
and you know when i need,
to be left alone for a while.
you understand me so well,
you know me better then i do.
and that's just one of the
why i truly love you.
we'll always be best friends,
even if life ever pulls us apart.
even if we can't see each other,
we'll always be friends by heart,
i'm proud to call you my friend,
i'm glad i found someone like you,
cause life is much better with a
that will always help you through.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 23, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

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