Promise Of Friendship - Poem by Lewis Halstead
I want to be friends with you
Till I am an elderly person
And need a walking stick. When I’m dead
I still will be remembering you.
If we are friends
I will let you come to my house any day
And play with all of my toys
And my best toys too.
I will give you
My best game, my favourite book
And my most favourite toy that I have ever played with.
I will like you more than
My first pencil case,
My bunch of computer games
And my pen set.
By Lewis Halstead (written at age 8)
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