Short Friendship Poem

This poem was writen by my beautiful sister Heather Black. Keep a smile on your face it makes the world a better place.


© Heather Black
A smile is cheer from you to me,
the cost is nothing its given for free.
They console the weary and gladden the sad.
And can make someone happy when they are mad.
Unlike blessings in which we pray
its the only thing you keep when you give it away.


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Published: Jul 2008

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  • This poem touched me, because it reminded me on how my best friend was always there when I needed her. The poem will give you points about life, and that it is a very true poem. There can be tears shed in SMILE, cause its a reality poem.

    Brittany Submitted May 2009

  • I like this poem because it makes me think of my friends Victoria, Elise, and Shaelyn, who always brighten my day.

    Sierra Nanaimo Submitted Oct 2010

  • This poem is very touching .. It really means a lot to every Bestfriends out there. Never let anyone ruin your friendships because you never know how important to you . Especially when they are always there standing next to you. Friendship is worth a thousand dollars . Losing them is like someone stealing your whole money ..

    Jonna Submitted Mar 2012

  • This poem is special, because it instantly reminds me of my special best friend Priti. Thank you Heather Black for emoting beautifully such a sweet and at the same time touching poem...

    Ruchita, Mumbai Submitted Apr 2013

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