laura bee


friendship


friend ship is what every one needs,
even though there might be sorrow,
friendship always comes up the borrow,
in the winter and summer to freindship is good for me and you,
fun times that we spend together,
wanting to be friends for ever,
never to break the bff,
or else we'll find our selfs,
buying new belts,
friends are true for ever and ever,
never to be without each other,
white is ahead but our black times are gone,
friendship is to hard to lose.

never break your promises to your friends,
because they may not like you in the end,
friendship is for every one,
old or new,
the new generations might have friends at birth,
twins a born with a strong friend ship,
but once you let it go,
its hard to retreve it,

so what i'm trying to say,
is friendship is special,
any way.

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2008

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