Treasure Island

Teddy temple


Friendship


Friendship is like chains of gold
Shaped well in God's all perfect mould
A grip of the hand makes it strong
Good trust makes it last long

Be there for a friend at any hour of need
And plant the friendship seed
Deeply rooted in the hearts and steadfast as the ages roll
As this binds closer soul to soul

Friendship is a collection of hearts ready to share
With a word of cheer, tell a friend that you always care
Since a friend is like a gift from God to us
Treasure your gift and never let it pass

No matter the weight of the load
A bouquet of happiness you'll reap on the friendship road
As the heart of a friend doesn't become weary
You can walk with him in thr dark even if the nights are dreary

Submitted: Sunday, March 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013

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