The Friends That U ‘ve Outgrown - Poem by aashka thakkar
Here’s to d friend that u‘ve outgrown,
D one whose name is left unknown.
D one who wiped away your tears,
N sought to hold your hand,
When others turned d other way,
No beginning, just an end.
She’s d one u turned to,
D one that u called friend.
She laughed with u, she cried with u,
N felt it was her duty,
To remind u of your worth,
And all your inner beauty.
When others’ eyes could only dwell,
Upon your exposed outer shell.
They saw a fat girl steeped in braces,
Not seeing u they turned their faces.
But she was their to whisper,
When others didn’t care.
She held your secrets in her heart,
That friends like u could share.
U never had to be alone,
But now she is, ’ cause you‘ve outgrown
Her for those others whose laughs you share,
As u run carefree through d air.
Time has eased your form and face,
But she’s d one who knew your grace
When those who u now call your friend
Saw no beginning …only end.
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