JADE KAUR


Friendship


Friendship is the most powerful thing of all,
It can last forever,
But it can break forever,
It can bring happy memories,
And sad ones,
Memories which bring pain,
And ones that bring happiness,
Friendship is strong,
And it is weak,
It blooms with happiness in the summer,
And it is crisp as a leaf in the winter,
Then eventually it dies,
Friendship has a lot of pain and anger,
Which boils like a volcano,
Friendship can be calm as the sea,
And smooth as silk,
Friendship can never be broken,
Unless; one breaks the strong bond.

Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009
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