Friendship - Poem by Oyindamola Oduwole
The gift of jewellery is expensive
Gift of roses is lovely
The gift of money is precious
But the gift of you my friend, Is priceless.
Since you came into my world, you’ve changed me,
You’ve put a smile on my face.
You are always right next to me when I need you the most,
You know exactly what to say when am down to lift ma spirit.
Come fly with me away to a magical place, where only true friendship exists.
Friends are like stars in the sky,
There are billions of them,
But some of them actually shine brighter than the others.
Friends are like diamonds,
The real ones are expensive to get.
Friends are like stars always around you when you need them to show you the right way.
True friends are diamonds difficult to get but easy to loose
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