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Genevieve Lilith Vesta

(May 29,1970 / St. Johns, MI)

The Bond Of Friendship


The bond of friendship
never is weak
The bond of friendship
always is strong
Nothing could ever break
the bond of friendship.

The moment we met
a connection was attained
many years ago
a friendship was made.

You were there for me when
I needed you the most
I was there for you
when the tables had turned.

We will always be together
nothing could ever tear us apart
I’ll look to you when I’m in need
I know where you will always be
deep inside my heart.

The bond of friendship
has been put to a test
The bond of friendship
I know will always last
Even in death never will it break
the everlasting bond of true friendship.

Submitted: Monday, August 09, 2010

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