Suren Sun

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My Friends - Poem by Suren Sun

I heard that friendship is like a lamp
Today I saw the light from my crony camp
At times I wonder, friendship means what
This day I really savored the sugary of that

Life with friendship is worth to undergo
Thereby one can flavor the true amigo
Remember when we have companion
Our state holds a radiant passion

I am noble to have a high mate circle
With this my mind can never fickle
Having them is a great expedition
Never I miss to board such train

A gray smile with a defiant heart
A tiny part in life that always attract
A realm in my mind that feels calm
It all comes only from allies esteem

Tears in me overcome my conscience
Memories about them reveal my presence
Akin around you is sweeter than honey
To become rich one doesn’t need money

A grin on a jest, sharing of jovial emotions
In us, there are misconceptions and excuses
Just think, how nice to be like this forever?
More than these can anybody expects to tour?

Mistakes and apologies, likes and hates
Attachments and distances, amities and gales
When we try and look back into our past
There something to recall is very vast

There are many friends around us
Some touch our hand some our mind
The good friend is the one who always
Touch your heart, this is just to remind

I am no more alone in this world
My life with the folks is totally mould
I can never get blue and abound
Life for me now is a turnaround

If there is a life after the death
I want all my friends to be with me
They are for me more than aureate worth
Let the world think what ever it may be

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 1, 2005

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