Bernard F. Asuncion
Do You Really Know Your Friend? - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
Is truly a good thing;
If one falls down,
Rescue the other does bring.
Are better than one;
For they have a good return
For their work well done.
Though sole person
May be overpowered;
Duo can defend themselves,
As they shall not be bothered.
Beware of false friends,
For they can fool some people;
Good character could be corrupted,
If we would not be careful.
It is normal for the young
To have a desire to fit in;
Accepted by his peer group,
Spending time with his best friend.
Do you really know your friend?
He must be who wants salvation;
He who wants to obey God's commands
Must be your chosen companion.
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