Faith swan


My Friends And My Brothers - Poem by Faith swan

Coming in 1st place, makes number 1 my favorite number,
then comes 2, since I meet u in 2nd grade don't you remember? ?
We became good friends anit nothing change,
we got older so are relationship grew,
back in the days we were the best of friends,
time went by u could say we became brothers,
were both unique with our on stature,
when it came to problems, we had the same understanding,
anit it hard to believe that we have a different mother,
we use to hang out a lot, so it would be odd if you found one,
but not the other one, Even tho we had good times its only nature we suffer on the bad times,
even tho my life has a lot of drama, u came in to help me out,
Holding me down like a real brother......

Sometimes I cry cause I know soon that I might die,
when I hang with u, it takes a whole load from off my mind,
best friends, brothers to the end, even when we ride to heaven,
we still blood brothers, so life and death don't got nothing on us,
in school we pull pranks getting in trouble acting no telling we acted like fools,
We had our own style we didn't need to be cool,
just the three of us we take tiny steps, but for the rest this people to carry on in our shoes,
they would need plenty of socks, cause our friendship is closer den the hands of time, and our friendship can't be define, so dont try to look it up,
just take a peak of us, the three of us could should show you how its done


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 5, 2008



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