Treasure Island

Dang Xiong

(October 13th 1994 / USA)

Friendships


Friendship, not really something you can buy;
But more like something you must earn,
Friendships you buy, tend to not last long,
Unlike friendships you earn, that could last a lifetime.

Friendships can only stay if you work together to keep them;
If friends can make it through hard and easy times,
And if they can trust eachother till the end,
Then that's what I call true friendship.

Great friendships can't be broken by simple matters;
Some friendships even turn to love,
But all friendships depend on one thing,
Who you really are and really act.

Thats my definition of Friendship

Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

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