Best-friend stories, books, poems, and more

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Best friends for years and found out his (best) friend used him and hurt him pushed him aside and decided to move on without her Read More

Tags: sad, ex, best-friend

Another poem for my best friend. Whom I dont know if Im lost. But I know she is lost too Read More

Short Story / Non-Fiction

March 31, 2017

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Shelves: 1

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rarety of true friendships. Read More
This post is for all those who have lost their beloved pets this year and all time. This is just my take on how animals go to Rainbow Bridge. By Victoria L. Deming, MSW. Owner of Enchanted Dreams Alaskan Malamutes. Copyright 2016. All rights reserved Read More

Reads: 77

Shelves: 1

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This is a poem that I wrote for the best man speech when my best friend got married last year. Read More

Reads: 968

Comments: 23

Shelves: 4

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Paisley has always noticed her best friend's brother, Sterling. What happens when he begins to notice her as well? *COVER WAS CREATED BY AnarchyBlues . CHECK OUT THEIR WORK, IT'S AMAZING! (: Read More

Reads: 177

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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When a you best friend becomes your crush over a game of Grant theft auto V. Read More

Short Story / Romance

April 13, 2016

Reads: 195

Shelves: 1

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Sometimes the things you want most in life almost never come, but sometimes fate takes a chance to help you out Even when you tell yourself you give up. When you don’t care anymore. When you refuse to be heartbroken again. When you try and put your needs before hers.… Read More

Reads: 120

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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An open letter to the one I will be in love with forever. Read More

Reads: 79

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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Apparently Jamestown Story is very inspirational because I was listening to them when I wrote this. It's sort of based on my best friend who I sometimes have bitter thoughts about but I love really. Read More

Tags: best-friend

My best friend is a guy. For the sake of this story, lets call him Tim. Read More
This poem is about my best friend who I met at a Girl Scout camp. She is now the person I call my Big sister. Read More

Reads: 557

Comments: 22

Shelves: 1

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Pamela and her brother Riley had always been close, so they decided to move in together. Pamela took this up as a great opportunity to sort her life out. All her friends were in relationships but where was she? Alone. Well, not without her amazing friends of course. But what… Read More
He was loved, but lost; broken, but not beaten; worshipped; but mistaken; a lover, but a cheater Read More
She has a best-friend who has blossomed into something more Read More

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Comments: 10

Shelves: 1

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On a seemingly bright and pleasant day, a young, sorrowful man is determined to find what he is searching for. He journeys through an unknown forest, hoping to find and repair an old-forgotten bond with a former best-friend. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 26, 2011

Reads: 183

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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The title is an insider ;) This poem is dedicated to my best friend. I love you! I would appreciate it if there was no criticism on this piece...I did not write it for the world i am only sharing. Enjoy Read More

Reads: 150

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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This is for my Best Friend you know who you are! her name is ( celene) by the way. Read More

Book / Young Adult

February 14, 2010

Reads: 2305

Comments: 33

Shelves: 1

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***Finished*** Meghan Wells was your average seventeen year old girl, that is until her abusive father moved out and her mother committed suicide, after months in a foster house, her dad comes and takes her and her brothers back. Meghan was best friend with Stewart, or Stewie as she called… Read More

Reads: 304

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

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Christina Daga had a hard life. At the age of 10, her father left the family with no note, no message,and a half empty closet. Her mother later remarried Joe, a complete idiot. Well, a abusive, drunk, and drugged up idiot. Along with the normal teenage problems, she has to… Read More
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