Lewis Halstead


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)


Comments about Promise Of Friendship by Lewis Halstead

  • (6/12/2005 7:51:00 AM)

    Lewis,
    I think this says it all. Reminds me that so much wisdom is lost in 'life' - I think I will spend today like an eight year old. Thanks!
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2005



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