This poem comes from Autumn Leaves:
Friends are those
Who’ll share joy or troubles.
With the help of friends,
One’s strength doubles.
Friends who listen
To both problems and trial,
No argument, cajoling,
No attempt to beguile.
Friends are those tested,
Who rise to the task
Answer the call,
Lending support without being asked.
Helping each other when necessary,
No apology or amend.
It’s easy to share troubles
With a close, cherished friend.
Living without friends
Is true sadness indeed,
For they share in your joy,
Sympathize with your need.
Remember — friends can’t be purchased,
For, if they could, what price?
To stand solidly beside you
Thirty times thrice.
Posted on August 17, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged Argument, autumn leaves, Beguile, Cajoling, Cherished, Friends, Help, Joy, Listen, Problems, sadness, Support, Trial, Troubles. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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