Thank You Poem for Friends

This poem is for my best friend, Trevor. He is in the United States Navy SEALs and will be going overseas soon. We have made it through so much together and I hope this poem shows that. Those with family and friends in the military understand how hard it is to go through this.

My Best Friend.

You are strong.
You are courageous.
Your heart. Your mind. Your soul.
Those are the things I love most about you.
You are the one person I can open up to.
I can confide in you without the fear of being judged.
You are truly a remarkable human being.
More than a man. An angel.
My guardian angel.
Helping me through the savage trials life has put me through.
Though I have let you down before, I never will again.
Though I have hurt you before, I never can again.
Know that you can lean on me. You can depend on me.
I'll stand strong for you and be there when you need me. No matter what.
You are my Anam Cara, my soul friend.
Whatever life throws our way, we can remember that we have each other.
Our friendship has gotten us through the thick and thin.
Whenever you are low, remember this.
I'm here for you in every way.
When everyone in this world turns and you feel alone, reach out and I'll be there.
Always.

Thank you for being my best friend.
Thank you for everything.

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Published: Nov 2008

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  • This poem is so sweet and so very true.
    It describes exactly how and what I think about one of my closest guy friends. He is like my rock, always there.
    Thank you.

    Bex Submitted Jul 2009
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  • This poem is very true and emotional when I read it I had thought of my best friend who died in a car accident and it made me cry, this poem made me cry from friendship and I am still crying

    U Don't Need 2 Know Submitted Mar 2011
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