A True Friend

Poem By Tom Maxwell

As we age in this life, we discover who our real friends are, the people who care about us, and not because of our house or a car.

A true friend will volunteer to help, in our times of need, always has patience to listen and never shows any greed.

A caring friend will always be there, whenever we start to fall, they will change their plans and come so fast and all we have to do is call.

They will take time to advise us, when our lives are drifting the wrong way, and if we are not to blind at the time, we will feel the love in the words they say.

A person you can trust with your possessions or thoughts that you hold so near, and knowing what you say in private, will never pass another ear.

Even the best of friends won't always agree, with all the temptations that pass us each day, remember a day are two of excitement, is never worth chasing a true friend away.

We will all have many acquaintances, as we go through our life and time,a true friend will touch your soul, with love,
leaving memories of smiles forever dancing in your mind.





Copyright Tom Maxwell
03/01/03

Comments about A True Friend

What a beautiful poem. It says so much about the value of friendship. Thanks for sharing this with us.
A true friend is a friend indeed. Well expressed.


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