There is a thing somewhere
Existing in this world
It is the thing that shines
More sparkling than a pearl.
It starts with F
And ends with P
And it is one of the things
Which is liked by me.
It’s a ten letter word
Consisting of two syllables
And sometimes in Maths
They are called variables.
It has a very big meaning
Important for people of all ages
The meaning is such big which
Cannot be described in some pages.
The wonderful thing described above is
What is called friendship
And mind you a thing my friends
It is not a sailing ship.
But a fact about friendship is
It is a very difficult work to tell
The meaning of friendship, without which
One will end up in hell.
It lightens up the life of a person
Like the stars of the sky
But it’s also delicate like glass
Which can break up in a sigh.
Friendship Day is celebrated as
Friends can change the life of the people
That is why take care of them
As because they are very essential.
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