Treasure Island

Anurag Kumar

(26/05/1987 / New Delhi, India)

Friend for life.


With you it is all about,
Something voiceless from within,
Something unspoken to say,
With a thought that you care.

When no one seems to listen, you hear.
When I am hurt and don’t show, you know.
When I turn away to hide my tears, you see.
When I think it is all over, you support.

Your eyes glow for me,
And I know you’re proud,
As I always am.
A flash of your magical healing smile my way.
Make me realize everything will be fine again.

You did restore my faith in people,
And in the place we live,
And proved that there is a thing,
As divine as god called friendship.

I always saw a friend in you,
Hope it is same for me,
I want to be same friend for you,

“A friend for life.”

Submitted: Sunday, December 16, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011
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