George Howard (14.02.53 / Pontefract (Broken Bridge) , UK)
Can I tell you a secret? Can I open my heart?
Can I trust you forever? Even tho we may part,
Would you lay down your life? As I would do mine!
Regardless of happenings, regardless of time!
Would you think of me truly, when others mistrust?
To ask for my friendship this, really you must!
A friend is a friend, forever to be,
From time of beginning, ‘til eternity!
Acquaintances come, and then they will go,
But a true friend stays with you, this I do know!
Whenever you need them, whenever you fall!
They will be there beside you, or with you,
They’re part of your soul!
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