Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)
For Mehrdad_ English& German.
*May we compare thee to a summer's day? *
*thou art more schon and temperate*
How fruh it came spat
And how we made friends so weit
The true friends are like a dream,
Like the sun's ray, like a gleam
But the betrayers are voll of leer
Like the fake joys of a beer
Es gibt kein a true friendship and such a thing?
I think about you, it's true and richtig
Dort ist es a good friend that I found when we mog,
His name is Mehrdad, like saying: was fur ein herrlicher tag.
As warm as the die sonne
And as severe as der Donner
We had a trip with girls and men,
That with that friend, ich habe mich gut unterhalten.
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always be the winner in the life, that is my wish for you.
the marked lines are from Shakespeare's sonnet.
with best regards,
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