Narayan Chandra Samal

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FEW FRIENDS Poem by Narayan Chandra Samal


Many friends are evil & many friends are bad.
But few friends are good & few friends are like God.

Many friends are fraud & many friends are dishonest.
But few friends are trustworthy & few friends are honest.

Many friends are cruel & many friends are harmful.
But few friends are caring & few friends are very helpful.

Many friends are opportunistic & many friends are professional.
But few friends are realistic & few friends are very personal.

Many friends are like Twister & Many friends are like Tide.
But few friends are like philosopher & few friends are like guide.

Many friends give grief & many friends give sorrow.
But few friends give happiness & few friends give cheer.

Many friends give pain & Many friends give sufferings.
But few friends give relief & few friends give peace.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 6, 2010

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