I wish I had me as a friend, so dear,
I'd banish loneliness, whisper away her fear,
In every word, her voice would find its tone,
A symphony of strength, no longer alone.
With kindness, I'd paint her beauty in bright hues,
A masterpiece of self-worth, never to lose,
No more fleeing problems, no desperate chase,
Just a mirror reflecting her radiant grace.
I'd be her anchor in the tempest's raging might,
Breaking chains of sorrow, igniting hope's light,
No more pacing circles in gloomy despair,
Together, we'd soar through the boundless air.
I'd hold her close, as her tears softly fade,
Each heartache embraced in our friendship's shade,
Friday nights would be filled with laughter and delight,
Weekends a treasure, every moment shining bright.
Now, she knows her worth, her beauty, her might,
In this friendship, she's found her guiding light,
No more longing for something new or better,
For I am her friend, a constant, unwavering tether.