LeeAnn R. Jones
Friends Forever - Poem by LeeAnn R. Jones
Those among us, we call them friends,
Knowing they’ll be there for us ‘til the end.
We share our secrets, thoughts, and fears.
We are there during the bad times and wipe away the tears.
Together we go shopping and share each others clothes,
We tell one another things that no one else knows.
We have our little sleepovers and at each others house we stay.
And we see each other and hang out almost every day.
Whenever together, we laugh forever long,
And whenever in the car, we jam to our songs.
If my friends were not here to stay, I don’t know what I’d do.
That’s why we’ll be friends forever and stuck together like glue.
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