Abdul Wahab


Don't let your friend go away far


Some things come automatically
You needn't to look for
Some things will never come
Though you are working hard for
Some things will come very easily
But you have to ask for.

Some words are understood before saying
Some needs to spell and some needs to explain
Some you will never, though they are loud and clear
Though some people always remain to your near
Still they will never become your dear
Though some people stand at a far away distant
Still they are your dear and near and a true friend.
Some friends are there, they will go slowly away far
What they want you just run after them and hold him or her.

Submitted: Saturday, April 07, 2012

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  • Shahzia Batool (4/7/2012 9:05:00 AM)

    this poem bears many lines with quotable quality...Some words are understood before saying...and...Though some people always remain to your near
    Still they will never become your dear... (Report) Reply

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