Judy Hill

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Male Bestfriend - Poem by Judy Hill

You are the one when I cried
you wiped my tears away,
When I seen your face it
brightened my day.

When I was in a relationship
you always wanted to meet my man,
You never liked any of them you said
me and that person should just be friends.

Everyday all day we were together
just chillin,
But on day I got this feelin.

I started looking at you as more
then just a friend,
I wanted you to become my man.

I dreamed about you every night,
Kissing and holding my body tight.

You had a woman, but I really didn’t
She was never the one that was always

So I decided to let you know, we
went out on a date,
To me that night just had to be

You kissed my lips and my emotions
started to rise,
I had to let you get in between my

Why not we were best friends for
ten long years,
Of course I didn’t have any fears.

The way we made love, I never
felt like that before,
Every inch of my body you adored.

The next time I seen you, it didn’t
seem the same,
I felt like you didn’t even know
my name.

No hi Judy, you look nice today
you just went on your marry little

Is this what happens when you make
love to your best friend?
I feel like this is the end.

Well, I can’t take back what me and
him did,
I advise you to think twice before
you sleep with your best friend.

Comments about Male Bestfriend by Judy Hill

  • (12/5/2005 12:52:00 PM)

    good advice, sleep with my friend too, now we don't speak (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005

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