Naomi Slay

(Northwoods, Missouri)

Friendship


Friendship is like Marriage
They both vow for life
To honor, respect, and make sacrifice
To help each other with problems in life
Advise when needed without causing strife
Make time to listen and calm each others fears
Strengthening each other throughout the years
Remembering to compliment and always commend
This is how friendships really begin
Rare are these qualities, I grant you that
But this kind of friendship brings happiness.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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