True Friendship


two halves, two separate lives, one friendship here,
hearts inseparable, no matter the distance between,
two years, two states, but one call and I'll be there,
friends, always there for each other, despite the ravine,
two people, two different sides, but rather one story,
always caring and loving, through thick and thin,
two tears, two hearts, one remembrance of history,
here for you, there for you, no matter the sin

  • Author: Amelia Hendricks (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 28th, 2023 11:53
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this when I was missing my friend, but then I thought about what makes our relationship so real, so I put it into a poem. Feedback would be great!
  • Category: Friendship
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  • orchidee

    Good write A.
    I was in some maths, calculating the size of a table rounded at both ends.
    Chop the circular bits off the end of the table (not literally. lol). Put the two, now semi-circles, together, and it's a circle. Bit like friendship really.

    Then one can calculate the circumference of the circle, and the perimeter of the rectangle - the other bit of the table that's left!

    What am I wittering on about? lol.
    'Arggh - not Maths' you say?!

    • Debake


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