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I've had good friends, bad friends and people pretending to be friends, But also friends though Love.

Friendship

Friendship,
Never ending,
Yet still a type of love,
We all need to share,
A type of love,
Which dreams do often bring,
Friendship is masked,
Sometimes with bad intentions,
But friendship that stands,
The test of time,
When love breaks,
Friendship proves.
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7 Visitor Comments

yougal
i simply came across this endearing poem whilst checking the meaning of my first name. can;t believe someone named "yougal" commented on your blog. I am curious as to who shares my name. thought I was the only one yougal
william
Its realy good and simple and made more think of friendship.
yougal
i really appreciate it.
missy
it was good, confusing but i am a confusing person BUT I REALLY LIKED IT
diana
l loved this poem because it reminded me of a time l had a lover and when love parted our friendship atill went strong
Heather
I really enjoyed the peom because it shows the true meaning of friendhip. It is an awesome poem! GOOD JOB!
JESSABELLA
TRUE TRUE! SHORT & SWEET! STRAIGHT TO THE POINT! WELL DONE!

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