Treasure Island

Sumita Datta

(Digboi(Assam))

A Wish on Friendship Day


The month is August and the Day is 1st Sunday
The whole world is celebrating friendship day…

A friend is one who is close to your heart…
A friend is one who never wants you to get apart…

A friend is one who will love to share your boat when it’s loaded with sorrow…
A friend is one who will be ready to fly to you if needed, like a sparrow…

Friend will never mind if you forget to whish ” happy birth day”
Rather, friend will mind, having problem, if you hesitate to say…

Age has never been a barrier, can be from seven to seventy seven….
I wish to be with all my friends after my death, no mater in hell or heaven….

Submitted: Sunday, August 05, 2007
Edited: Friday, October 07, 2011
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  • Brett Ackerman (8/11/2007 2:04:00 AM)

    I like the way this is worded to almost give off an existential 'pop! that reminds us that everbody has a hungry heart and that good friends had better stick together. (Report) Reply

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