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Selecting Friends

Poetry By: joy Milton

"In the end we don't remember the words of our enemies but silences of our friends." (I can't recall who said it but I feel it is true) 20 lines

Submitted:Sep 5, 2007    Reads: 170    Comments: 0    Likes: 1   

Whenever my friends say

We are your true friends

Emotional blackmailers

I award them this term

Don't I know who they are?

I tolerate their selfishness

Can never tolerate betrayals

Every day make one friend

Three years only a thousand

What about other Six Arabs

I regularly revise my selections

Erase or distance them very soon

On its own vacancy gets advertised

A get hundreds of applications

This time I aim to choose the best

This is the only sacred relation

Whether a child or an orphan

Everyone at least have friends

If they can't make us feel happy

Why shouldn't I try, Who can



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