Friendship Poems by Teens

Teen Friendship Poems

True friends are amazing people to have in your life. When your teachers don't understand and your parents can't relate, true friends listen patiently and don't judge you, even if they haven't been in your situation. When times are bad, they might lend you a shoulder to cry on or just cry with you. On the other hand, true friends make good times even better. They are like family, they will always be there for you. Remember though, to keep a good friend, you have to be a good friend.

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Friends Forever
Do You Ever Remember?

Friends forever,
Do you remember saying that together?
Do you remember making angels in the snow?
Sitting and watching the sunset glow?

Do you remember what you used to say?
That you would be there for me every single day?
Do you remember when you would grab my hand and we would run off to play,
I think of that while I ask for you to come back to me when I pray

Do you ever look back?
And wish you hadn't?
Do you ever remember?
Or wish we were still friends forever?

I do.

When you meet those girls,
Did you ever think this would happen?
That it would make you dampen?
That you would start to ignore me?
Tell me that friends forever could no longer be?

That you would spread rumors,
Because they thought it was cool?
That you would make boys fight over you, in a pathetic duel?

Do you remember when we thought those guys were jerks?

I do.

You stabbed me in the back,
You threw my life off track,
I thought you were my friend,
But that has come to an end,

I just want to know, do you ever regret it?
Do you ever want to mend it?
Do you ever remember?

I do.

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