Biography of a Best Friend

Gives a hand to lend
Helps your heart to mend
Spends the weekend
Would never offend
The greatest godsend
Your matching bookend
There 'til the end
Is a girl's best friend

©2021 Sue Santiago all rights reserved

Inspired by "Biography of a Beaver" by Deborah Ruddell and Joan Rankin in their picture book A Whiff of Pine, A Hint of Skunk - A Forest of Poems

2 Comments on “Biography of a Best Friend

    • Thanks, Deb. A while back I wanted to try what Jane Yolen does and write a poem a day to start her writing engines. For me writing a poem a day may be all I can get to. It definitely does not come easy to me. And I’m never sure about it. I’m still very intimidated by poetry.

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