Sweet Friendship - Poem by Vanessa Brown
I stand in the arch of a doorway
Looking into a dimly lit room;
I smile as i see my beautiful friend,
Just watching TV in the gloom.
Flows and flies from my heart;
I love you when you're near me,
I miss you when we're apart.
I once saw you peacefully sleeping,
Under a duvet curled;
I'd rather be with you right now
Than anywhere else in the world.
We've been through it all, laughter and tears,
From childhood our friendship has grown.
Only you share my memories of life -
Old times only you have known.
I just want to let you know something:
If we stay friends or not,
You'll always be someone special to me,
And I'll love you no matter what.
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