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Vicky P Mize

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A Friend
by Vicky P Mize

Monday, December 30, 2002

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A friend is a person whom you don't have to ask the question "are you my friend" you just know they are.
A friend will go anywhere to see you, near or far.
A friend will offer their shoulder to you when you cry.
They never let you down with a long dreadful sigh.
You can tell them anything and they understand
they reach out to you, take your hand.
They lead you down the path called life
stand with you through your pain and strife.
You know that friendship will never fade.
They are your sunshine and shade.

Dedicated to my good friend Alison

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Reviewed by de'anjunae shaw 4/9/2008
i like this poem you can tell you meant what you said
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 12/31/2002
Vicky, I agree with Lisa, this poem kicks ass.. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Bill Murray
Reviewed by Lisa 12/31/2002
That poem kicks ass. It's very heartfelt and it's nice that you're not ashamed of that fact. I'm always too embarassed and scared to reveal anything heartfelt so I respect the kind of person who conveys a meaningful message. You found a unique method of using the language in "A Friend" and it flowed really well. All in all, it kicks ass.
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