Two Kinds Of Friendships - Poem by Rosemary Monahan
People who say they're friends
Then end up hurting or betraying you
These 'friends' only hurt themselves
Because they don't really care about people.
Then there are your true friends
People who respect and believe in you
These friends don't ever try to hurt you
Because they really do care about people.
Its hard trying to figure out
Which kind your friends are
You will know in the end because
Your true friends will stick by you.
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