Rita Hawkins

Rookie (11/19/93 / Louisville, kentucky)

True Friend - Poem by Rita Hawkins

A lot of people claim they are a true friend,
But many just want something, so they pretend
However, a true friend will love you without any end.

It's not always oh, send me money, or I need this or that,
Instead they will also be there for you when you fall flat,
A true friend will not get mad if you tell them I can't do that,
that is just called acting like a brat.

True friends won't steal and say 'I didn't even see that, '
and definately won't care about your weight, thin or fat,
True friends will love you for who you are and that is that.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 3, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

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