Treasure Island

William S. Tsoukalas, Sr.

(Clinton, Connecticut)

True Friendship


The feeling of friendship from the start
Is that special feeling in your heart
A feeling from deep down inside
A feeling that no one should hide
A friend is there through good and bad
They make you happy when you're sad
they brighten up your darkest day
Just by the simple thing's they say
Now friendship can't be bought or sold
It may get tarnished, and may get old
You can over come your greatest fear
Just look around and it is there
Now friendship's one and only cost
Is to make sure that it's never lost

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Mike Tan (2/1/2008 9:27:00 AM)

    This is a great poem sir, It is so great that I'm picking this one to write about in my high school assignment, and dedicating it to my friend. God bless you, you truly know the meaning of friendship. (Report) Reply

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