Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Friends


Friends are made each day
By coming together and try
There is this only one way
To reach out tomorrow sky

Daydreaming is in it allot
Feelings together as one
Touches time has taught
Use each moment till gone

Friends are made to give
Part of your whole and heart
Remember joy and relive
That together has start

Love is a two way reach
Bringing you up and close
Some to everyone teach
That’s how all love goes

Nothing comes of nothing
If you do not reach out
Such ways are just bluffing
Wasting your time about

So give and you’ll receive
Happiness and true smile
It’s for your own relieve
Bliss that’ll last a long while

Submitted: Sunday, June 09, 2013
Edited: Monday, June 10, 2013

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