Childhood Friend Poems

Poems about Childhood Friendships

There are some friendships that we remember forever. These are the friendships that were formed when we were children. The quality of sharing is not the same as in adult friendships. However, in a certain way the friendship has a deeper quality. It probably lacked that drama and intensity that is shared in adult friendships. At the same time there is a certain carefree quality that exists between two young children at play. They don't ask themselves complicated questions like whether they have enough in common. It is enough that they are two kids and that there is playing to be done.


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  1. Friendship: One Of God's Greatest Gifts

    • By Lauren Manning
    • Published: September 2008
    Poem About Friends Being Angels

    I was the young age of three,
    and oh, so very small.
    I knew almost nothing,
    nothing at all.

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  3. A Letter To An Old Friend

    • By Taleshia K Glover
    • Published: January 2008
    Poem About Childhood Friends Losing Touch

    Childhood friends? I hope we still are.
    Years have put space between us and now you seem so far.
    Childhood promises never seem to stick.
    Best friends forever is an old classic.

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  4. Best Friends Forever

    Every time I trusted someone, it blew up in my face,
    for I have no grace.
    But I've found my one true sound.
    The one girl who I care for will be just fine

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  6. Broken Friendship

    Poem About Still Wanting To Be Friends

    When I looked out ahead of me
    I did not understand
    Why you were not here with me
    To hold my petite hand

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  7. Times Are Changing

    • By Casey
    • Published: August 2008
    Poem About A Friendship Changing

    We had our good days and we had our bad,
    I thought I would never forget the times we had.

    The times are changing,

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  8. I Am With You

    • By Susannah Ross
    • Published: March 2011
    Poem About Having a Crush on a Friend

    I remember when we met,
    In kindergarten, we were set.
    Friends from then on, without a doubt.
    Said we would never live without,...

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  10. Someone Special

    • By Annie C. Pless
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Not Being Treated Like A Child

    When I first met you, you greeted me with a smile.
    I knew then I would be treated as a person, not a child.
    The way you talk is kind, gentle as can be,
    You make me feel like nothing will hurt me.

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  11. What Is A Best Friend?

    • By Angela Franklin
    • Published: May 2009

    Every time I see you I show a smile to you.
    You were one of the girls who never overlooked me.
    Once you saw me I was your sunshine.

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  12. Child Memories

    • By Erika Romenesko
    • Published: May 2008
    Poem About The Joy Of Being A Child

    When I was a young girl
    We used to play
    Out in the field
    Of flowers all day.

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  13. Youthful Escapades

    • By Lisa Oliver
    • Published: July 2011

    On the stage of life we tried to play our parts.
    I'm sure we will always stay within each others hearts.

    God saw us both in our confusion,

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