Dangerous Creatures - Poem by Mehar Bhasin
What are friends?
They are dangerous creatures.
Mark my words,
As no one will say so.
They will mock you; sometimes will hit you,
But will never hurt you.
Won’t always say they love you,
But will never leave you.
Will say they hate you,
Even if they don’t.
They will never abandon you,
If they even seem cold.
They are friends,
And they are supposed to be so.
They love you, will risk their life for you,
Even if they say they don’t care.
Mysterious creatures they are,
Ever so difficult to understand.
But once you do,
Once you know from your deepest layer of your heart,
That you have found those silly beans,
Do whatever you can to stay with them.
Because it’s not everyday you find creatures so loving, unbiased and clean.
So take every risk you can to treasure the creatures called friends.
Because I know that you cant bear to leave them.
Dangerous creatures they are, were and will always remain.
Like I said, mark these words because not many people will say.
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