Friendship Remembrance

Poem By Robert Tannahill

Life would be lonely without them.
Where would we be without our friends?
They enrich our lives beyond measure.
And are far more valued than gold or treasure.
They are confidants one on one.
Always there to urge us on.
With a lifetime of bonding until we're gone.

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