My Friend Jade - Poem by Hannah Davies
This is a poem for my friend Jade
To help her feel not so afraid.
I know that she is feeling really low
But she has to try and let the past go.
Things I promise will improve
And these bad feelings will soon move.
She needs to give it time
And the sun will soon start to shine.
She needs to ignore the kids at school
I know it's unfair that they treat her so cruel.
She is better than them all
She needs to continue standing tall.
She has got people who want to help
Who will always be there whenever she yelps.
I am here to help her through
When she doesn't know what else to do.
Her uncle looks down from the heavens above
He is there to protect her and surround her with love.
I know how much she misses him
But she can not let the suicidal urges win.
Jade needs to try and stay strong
She didn't do anthing wrong.
This bad patch will soon subside
And once again she can lift her head with pride.
She really is a sweet girl
A genuine, caring pearl.
I want her to know how much I care
That I would be devastated if she were no longer there.
She needs to think more positive
And not be dragged down by the negative.
I pray for her safety every night
And that her future will be better and bright.
Jade, you know I'll always love you
No matter what you do.
But please you must believe me
That life IS worth living, my lovely!
This is for my good mate Jade, she is going through a difficult period in her life right now and I just wanted her to know that things will improve. I haev been where she is now and I know how difficult it is to try and pull yourself out of it again. So whenever she starts to feel low I want her to read this, for her to know that there is someone who cares and willing to help her through to the better times xxxxx
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