Kieran J1996


A Friend, aka Haleigh, Laura, Fynn, Sioban and Zaviar -And Anyone Else Who Reads This (Elenor) -


To have a friend is a great thing of that there is no doubt, Friendship is a wonderful thing, Full of joy and happiness, For when you see those smiling faces, Well... you just want to sing, Friendship is a belonging thing, It's that feeling of being wanted, Never cast out never left alone, Where there's friendship there's help, A hand to hold and an ear to listen, When your down it just might comfort,

To have someone by you, To know your not alone, That is afterall what friendship is all about

Submitted: Saturday, October 03, 2009
Edited: Monday, June 14, 2010

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