Friendship is a precious gift in life. This poem is about learning to trust one another and sharing the parts of your soul that long for understanding.

This poem originally was published in Friendship Poems

Follow Me
Take my hand and follow me
to that place I long to be.
Take my hand and trust my way,
in that place forever stay.
Follow me toward the sand;
we'll run and play, hand in hand.
Take my heart and hold it true;
forever I'll stay close to you.
Seize my words and listen well,
then forever I will tell.
Release your heart and feelings too,
just as I will do for you.
Trust your heart and follow me,
to that place we long to be.

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  • Satish
    This has a truly holy and sacrsanct feel to it. What a beauty ! Pure poetry in abstract motion !
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  • brandi
    I love this poem its holds alot of meaning and I can really relate to it.
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  • Bianca
    your poem was very good. and I hope that me and my friends will be together forever and as close to each other as posiible.
  • alison
    wonderful poem it describes a really great relationship! i would love to see more poems by you!
  • Anna
    I've been there,,nice poem.
  • amanda
    i enjoyed your poem it really is a good one
  • karla
    Wow! I love it! I wish I could write that good. Thanks for sharing your work!
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