Life is too short to have constant fears,
When the question of trust appears.
All I ask for you to be honest with me,
I’m a true friend this you will see.
To lie to steal is wrong we know,
Ethics and morals are constantly low.
The things people do behind your back,
Good morals people surely lack.
People lie, cheat, and steal.
These traits just don’t appeal.
If you’re a person of such disgrace,
Know you can be quickly replaced.
People quickly come and go,
Honest and true ones grow,
Into people you can depend,
To be the true definition of a friend.
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|2||Friend Zone, by Helaman Del Castillo|
|3||What I Want In A Friend, by Federico del Corazón|
|4||You’re More Than A Friend, by Obed dela Cruz|
|5||Friend Of My Forever, by Obed dela Cruz|
|6||Be Wise My Friend, by Obed dela Cruz|
|7||Calm Down My Friend, by Obed dela Cruz|
|8||Not Just A Special Friend, by Melvin Delamente|
|9||My Butterfly Friend, by Colleen Delaney|
|10||My Best Friend, by claire delap|
|11||My Ex Friend, by Marcia Delport|
|12||My Best Friend, by Meaghan Delsignor|
|13||A Friend, by Edgar Albert Guest|
|14||An Unsent Letter To A Friend, by Meggie Gultiano|
|15||Be A Friend, by Edgar Albert Guest|
|16||Best Friend, by Tatiana Guerrier|
|17||Best Friend, by nylezah guiamad|
|18||Best Friend, by Samantha Guinen|
|19||Death Is My Best Friend, by suzan gumush|
|20||Forever A Friend, by Meggie Gultiano|