Missing You Poems about Friends

I Miss My Best Friend Poems

When friends are forced to be apart from each other for whatever length of time, it will be a difficult period for the two of them. They will be forced to go through their normal routines apart from each other. Each one may miss the qualities that the other contributed to the friendship. There is a saying that, "absence makes the heart grow fond". This may be an opportunity for each of them to realize how important each one is to the other's life. They will miss each other, and long for the time when they can be together again.

Poems about Missing an Old Friend


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  1. My Best Friend Died

    • By Alice Edwards
    • Published: July 2015
    Poem About Best Friend Dying Without Saying Goodbye

    My best friend has gone away
    No more will we laugh and play
    No more games and whispered secrets shared
    No more comfort knowing she cared

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    Last week my best friend was in an accident, and she died on the spot. This news came as a shock to me in the early morning. I could not believe my ears. I reached the hospital and saw her...

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  3. Forever In My Heart

    • By Gabi Abbott
    • Published: January 2012

    I miss your smile,
    I miss your laugh,
    I miss you,
    and that happiness you always had....

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    I have a friend named Eman. I don't know how I met her, but she has a good, funny attitude. I've been with her all the time. Her voice, her laugh, I miss it all...and then...the farewell...

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  4. Always And Forever

    • By Alexandra A. Herrarte
    • Published: June 2007

    Last night I found exactly what I was looking for, and it made me cry.
    I never expected such a large blow to my face, such an ache in my heart.
    I bit back the tears that welled in my eyes, sitting here in front of my computer, reading what you had to say.
    I'm sorry if I was ever the one that made you cry, or ever made you feel the least bit blue. ...

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    Omg, it's like I've written this myself. I wish my best friend were here. I miss her so much and things you said are exactly what I want to tell her. I didn't know how awesome she was until...

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  6. Summer Vacation

    I hope you really know
    How much I truly care
    Because when I'm away from you
    It's like something isn't there...

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    I miss her so much I video chat her on Facebook but I still miss her so much since I'm seven years old. I miss her so so much I love you so much.

  7. My Friend

    • By Diana
    • Published: March 2009

    So many memories of us growing up.
    We were inseparable,
    everyone called us the Bobsy twins.
    We were so much alike ...

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  8. Every Time I See You

    • By Samantha
    • Published: August 2012
    Poem About Best Friend Moved Away

    Every time I see you,
    my heart melts with happiness.
    You make me laugh.
    You make my heart sing....

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    I get it. I just moved and before that my best friend moved away. It's way harder to move and my friends are moving on but I'm not. I can't make friends in my new community because I miss...

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  10. Missing You So Much

    • By Sami Johnson
    • Published: November 2007

    As I lay here on my bed listening to everybody talking
    my head is spinning with thoughts of you.
    I hear your voice throughout the day
    telling me you love me and that I'm the one for you....

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    I lost my bestfriend and my soulmate to drinking and drugs I didn't have to be there for him but I loved him so much that I couldn't walk away. I watched him take his last breath and that was...

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  11. Friends

    • By Liz Beran
    • Published: July 2007
    Poem About Remembering The Good Days

    We are going to different high schools
    I know it will be hard
    we were best friends
    and now we are ripped apart...

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    My best friend and I were separated this year. We have been best friends for two years, and he ended up going to a different school this year. I don't know how I'm going to finish out these...

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  12. Apart

    • By Nyhc
    • Published: April 2008
    Used To Be Close Friends

    we've always been together,
    we did everything with laughter,
    we thought it was forever.

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    I had friends that I have known for 7 years. In 8th grade, two of them were getting closer and blocking me out. They mostly talk to me if one or the other is busy. The one of them made a...

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  13. My Only One

    Poem About Memories Of A Deceased

    going through our memories
    that's always what I do
    coz that's all you've left me
    just memories of you...

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