Friends Forever Poem

This person means the world to me! She's a close friend who knows all there is about me! She isn't judgmental, she isn't mean, she simply understands and is there to help everyone through everything. I wrote this poem to thank her for all she does, but this isn't even close to summing it all up!! I, along with many others, look up to her highly, and are grateful for her friendship!! :) She truly is a blessing!

Take My Hand

© Gianna Nicole
You took my hand and showed me the way,
when I was blinded by unfortunate fate.
You took my hand and prayed with me,
while my troubles quickly faded away.
You took my hand and dried my tears,
when I cried over it all.
You took my hand and helped me understand,
when I questioned our almighty one.
You took my hand and made me promise,
Id never walk alone again.
You took my hand and mended my friendship,
when I was too stubborn to say anything.
You took my hand and made me laugh,
when we remembered our funny mistakes.
You took my hand and made me see,
that God has a special plan for me.
Now take my hand and never let go,
because our friendship means more than youll ever know!!

Dedicated to: K.J.ɛ

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Published: Nov 2010

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  • That was the best poem I have ever heard it is so sad and touching I almost cried. Thank you so much I needed that for an assignment. :)

    Chenae, Australia Submitted Aug 2012
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