Treasure Island

Ricky Baker

(01-24-1990 / San Antonio, Texas)

difference between friendship/love


Friendship has a limit but love is limitless;
Where friendship stops love continues;
Friendship gives company but love gives life;
Friendship is the companion to love.

Friend is the bridge between two lovers;
Without friend lovers cannot be united.
Friend gives life but love brings life to one;
World unity depends on love and friendship.

Love and friendship don't see differences;
Love and friendship are beyond all barriers;
Love and friendship maintain joy and peace;
Love and friendship are forms of God's shield!

Friendship and love are two eyes of man;
They are Sun and Moon of day and night!

Submitted: Monday, March 08, 2010

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