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  1. A True Friend

    Analysis of Form and Technique

    Before you became a friend of mine,
    We knew each other for quite some time.
    I hate to say we wasted a year and a half.
    I'm glad we can now look back and laugh.

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    I was alone for a good 2 years of my life and had no one to help me through anything. Then my friend Wade came along and made everything better for me. It felt good to have someone to talk...

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  3. Friends

    • By Heaven Boatright
    • Published: October 2007
    Friends Being There For Each Other


    We have been there for each other most of our teenage lives
    Went through the worst, dealt with each others strife
    Tears that have run down our faces...

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    This is perfect for writing to my pen pal and for our special tradition.

  4. Don't Go

    • By Nicole A. Gerdes
    • Published: October 2007


    You never see me, but I always see you.
    You're in my mind, my thoughts, and all my dreams too.
    You think you're imperfect in every single way, ...

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  6. Who Can You Be Yourself Around?

    • By Reeana M. Bullock
    • Published: June 2007

    Who can you be yourself around?
    To pick you up when you are down,
    The one you tell all of your secrets to,
    That would feel the same way about you,

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  7. What Friendship Means

    • By Tracie Labauve
    • Published: June 2007

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    Friendship means being there just to be there.
    Friendship means listening and not asking questions.
    Friendship means lending your shoulder for someone to cry on.
    Friendship means being comfortable around each other in silence.

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    I have met a few women where I live now, and I can honestly say that not one of them have ever respected my boundaries, my family values, my responsibilities to my life and family or even...

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  8. Here For You

    • By Nicolette J. Proffitt
    • Published: February 2006

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    The past you cannot forget or undo;
    The future is all we can look forward to.

    I wish I could have been there by your side

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    I always believed in having friends, but after spending half my life looking for true friends and losing the ones I thought I found... I have come to a conclusion that real friends only...

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  10. Love & Friendship

    • By Carolyn A. Davis
    • Published: February 2006

    You're the one I most admire
    with great intentions and loving desires.

    Passion and trust and knowing that you care

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    Thank you to the poet of this poem. I love it because that's exactly the things about friendship.

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