Friendship Poems

Sometimes it just takes a few words to show how you feel. Our popular friendship poems are short, sweet and hit the spot.

Poem on Friendship
Childhood Friends

Childhood Friends
As childhood friends, we grew up together,
Swearing to be friends forever and ever.
Sometimes we would argue and fight,
Other times we would laugh and stay up all night.

We went from playing with games and toys,
To talking and dreaming about different boys.
My thoughts and feelings, to you I would confide,
Never having anything to hide.

Friends we do remain,
Things changing, and things staying the same.
To each other we still listen and share,
About each other, we will always care.
By- Mindy Carpenter


Famous Friendship Poems
Friendship Poems

God Gave Us Friends
God know how much we’d love
a tender heart, a willing hand,
or a gentle word, and how much we’d want
the chance to say, “I care”
He knew we needed treasured thoughts
or private memories to tuck away
in our blessings file forever.
God knew our need
to shower love on others
so He gave us friends.
By- Rebecca Barlow Jordan


Poem on Friendship
Poem on Friendship

A Friend
A friend is one who stands to share
Your every touch of grief and care
He comes by chance, but stays by choice
Your praises he is quick to voice

No grievous fault or passing whim
Can make an enemy of him
And though your need be great or small
His strength is yours throughout it all

No matter where your path may turn
Your welfare is his chief concern
No matter what your dream may be
He prays your triumph soon to see

There is no wish your tongue can tell
But what it is your friend’s as well
The life of him who has a friend
Is double-guarded to the end.
By Edgar A. Guest

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