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Friendship Day by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship Day by Hasmukh Amathalal

I stand here and bowTo all those who were with me to allowMy heartiest feelings for friendshipThat was almost like a journey on shipHow I wish to be with them all the times! That ...

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Friendship Day Appeal by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship Day Appeal by Hasmukh Amathalal

FRIENDSHIP DAYHMAY ENDI WILL FIND NO FRIENDS, IT HAS COME AND GONE MY APPEAL HAS BEEN UNDONECOME ANOTHER DAY NEXT YEARWHEN WILL I AGAIN SURELY HEAR? EYES MAY HAVE NO WATER TO ...

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Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, Mr. Pet. Lilly. by Richard Lovelace

Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, Mr. Pet. Lilly. by Richard Lovelace

If Pliny, Lord High Treasurer of alNatures exchequer shuffled in this our ball,Peinture her richer rival did admire,And cry'd she wrought with more almighty fire,That judg'd the ...

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Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, M by Richard Lovelace

Peinture. A Panegyrick To The Best Picture Of Friendship, M by Richard Lovelace

If Pliny, Lord High Treasurer of alNatures exchequer shuffled in this our ball,Peinture her richer rival did admire,And cry'd she wrought with more almighty fire,That judg'd the ...

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Fiduciary Friendship by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Fiduciary Friendship by Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

'E 'ad spragged me before for the loan of a quid.But I told 'im straight out I was broke.Still 'e would 'ang around me, wotever I did.'E's a regiler obstinit bloke.'E'd tapped ...

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Past Days by Anne Brontë

Past Days by Anne Brontë

'Tis strange to think, there was a timeWhen mirth was not an empty name,When laughter really cheered the heart,And frequent smiles unbidden came,And tears of grief would only ...

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A Breach Of Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

A Breach Of Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

‘TIS friendship's test to guard the name Of him you love from all attack, As you are to his face, the same To be when you're behind his back. Now good old loyal Jimmy Green, A ...

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Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

You can buy, if you've got money, all you need to drink and eat,You can pay for bread and honey, and can keep your palate sweet. But when trouble comes to fret you, and when ...

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Eternal Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

Eternal Friendship by Edgar Albert Guest

Who once has had a friend has foundThe link 'twixt mortal and divine, Though now he sleeps in hallowed ground,He lives in memory's sacred shrine, And there he freely moves ...

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Friendship With Dreams by Gajanan Mishra

Friendship With Dreams by Gajanan Mishra

I am makingFriendship with dreams.And dreams are notSelf-centered That I know.I know, cheatersThough dreams areThey are my hopeAnd for them I amComposing poems.But my own wordsAre ...

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The Temple Of Friendship by John Boyle O’Reilly

The Temple Of Friendship by John Boyle O’Reilly

IN the depths of the silent wood the temple of Friendship stood,Like a dream of snow-white stone, or a vestal all alone, Undraped beside a stream.The pious from every clime came ...

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The Birthday Of The World by Marge Piercy

The Birthday Of The World by Marge Piercy

On the birthday of the worldI begin to contemplatewhat I have done and leftundone, but this yearnot so much rebuildingof my perennially damagedpsyche, shoring up ...

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Friendship Grows by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship Grows by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship growsTuesday, January 2,201810: 33 PMIt growsAnd knowsNo boundsEven after passing so many roundsIt has no colorBut only honorAnd respect for each otherTo remain always ...

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Friendships by Sandra Feldman

Friendships by Sandra Feldman

Today, Who can you like or trust? Most relationships don't last, Selfishness, interest moves most heartsLifelong friendships are a thing of the past.

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In The Valley Of The Waters We Wept O’Er The Day by George Gordon Byron

In The Valley Of The Waters We Wept O’Er The Day by George Gordon Byron

When some proud son of man returns to earth,Unknown to glory, but upheld by birth,The sculptor's art exhausts the pomp of woe,And storied urns record who rest below:When all is ...

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Gift Of Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Gift Of Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Altogether, friends are nice to have when they sincerely care about you, being there, if even only through a note, thought or call.Cohesiveness is felt, although invisible, ...

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A Poem Of Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

A Poem Of Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Thinking of yesterday and all the joy I used to have, because of my good friend.Just being herself was enough to keep me entertainedand happy with our friendship.Deep ...

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Perfect Day For A Birthday by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Perfect Day For A Birthday by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

A perfect day to turn 70, filled with life and a spiritualelation, feeling the blessings from above, intelligent andbrilliant, one of the elite spirits walking this earth.Heart ...

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Never Conquering Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Never Conquering Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Straight-laced feelings being tossed aside, they have nomeaning in life right now.Wildly chaotic, running into winds of derision andinsincerity, falling never upon my knees.Never ...

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Friendship In Disarray by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Friendship In Disarray by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Swaying, squeezing friendship in arms of disarray.Waltzing over unchartered territory, wringing happiness from hearts of couples as they softlystep in times of yesterday's past ...

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Final Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Final Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Feeling hurt and bruised from a friendship that I totally enjoyed once upon a time andnow am being buried alive by it's injusticeand betrayal.Noticing it at every turn, not ...

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Living In Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Living In Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Secretly dreaming of better times, coming in the future, freedom andspace enjoyed with a friend.Totally oblivious to the worldaround us, just having fun, talkingabout life and ...

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A Savory Day by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

A Savory Day by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Cheery outlooks fill smiling faces with gentle peace, greeting others on the way with friendship.We look forward to seeing friends and families especially on cold, lonely days ...

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Cherished Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Cherished Friendship by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

My memory is embedded in my soul, therefore I can neverforget you my friend.I will love you always, even after my death has taken usfrom each other's sight.Always, whether you ...

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On Genevieve’s Thirtieth Birthday by Francis Duggan

On Genevieve’s Thirtieth Birthday by Francis Duggan

I've heard that Genevieve has turned thirty and the birthday party for her one she did enjoyDoesn't seem so long since she was a teenager on looking back the years just seemed to ...

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The Past Will Be Today by Francis Duggan

The Past Will Be Today by Francis Duggan

The past just a memory of times that are goneAnd we form new friendships and in life we move onAt the stroke of midnight the past will be todayAnd for our every lesson in life we ...

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Where Mine To Many Nowadays by Francis Duggan

Where Mine To Many Nowadays by Francis Duggan

Where mine to many nowadays would not be a known faceBut it will always remain to me as my favorite placeClaraghatlea my birthplace by the Town of MillstreetIn the green ...

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Your Dog’s Friendship by Francis Duggan

Your Dog’s Friendship by Francis Duggan

Human friendships are conditional why even pretendYour dog is your only unconditional friendFor a few pats, a few words of kindness and a good feed every dayFor as long as she or ...

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Stella’s Birth-Day. 1724-5 by Jonathan Swift

Stella’s Birth-Day. 1724-5 by Jonathan Swift

As when a beauteous nymph decays, We say she's past her dancing days; So poets lose their feet by time, And can no longer dance in rhyme. Your annual bard had rather chose To ...

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Yesterdays by Robert Creeley

Yesterdays by Robert Creeley

Sixty-two, sixty-three, I most remember As time W. C. Williams dies and we are Back from a hard two years in Guatemala Where the meager provision of being Schoolmaster for the ...

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To-Day You Understand by Jean Blewett

To-Day You Understand by Jean Blewett

You lifted eyes pain-filled to me,Sad, questioning eyes that did demandWhy I should thrust back, childishly,The friendship warm you offered me-Ah, sweet, to-day you ...

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Good Friday by John Keble

Good Friday by John Keble

Is it not strange, the darkest hour That ever dawned on sinful earth Should touch the heart with softer power For comfort than an angel's mirth?That to the Cross the ...

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St. Mark’s Day by John Keble

St. Mark’s Day by John Keble

Oh! who shall dare in this frail sceneOn holiest happiest thoughts to lean, On Friendship, Kindred, or on Love?Since not Apostles' hands can claspEach other in so firm a grasp ...

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Stella’s Birth-Day. 1724-5 by Jonathan Swift

Stella’s Birth-Day. 1724-5 by Jonathan Swift

As when a beauteous nymph decays,We say she's past her dancing days;So poets lose their feet by time,And can no longer dance in rhyme.Your annual bard had rather choseTo celebrate ...

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To The Immortal Memory And Friendship Of That Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary And Sir H. Morison by Ben Jonson

To The Immortal Memory And Friendship Of That Noble Pair, Sir Lucius Cary And Sir H. Morison by Ben Jonson

The TurnBrave infant of Saguntum, clearThy coming forth in that great year,When the prodigious Hannibal did crownHis rage, with razing your immortal town.Thou looking then ...

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Heartsease And Rue: Friendship by James Russell Lowell

Heartsease And Rue: Friendship by James Russell Lowell

I.AGASSIZ Come Dicesti _egli ebbe?_ non viv' egli ancora? Non fiere gli occhi suoi lo dolce lome?IThe electric nerve, whose instantaneous thrillMakes next-door gossips of the ...

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Australia Today 1916 by Banjo Paterson

Australia Today 1916 by Banjo Paterson

They came from the lower levels Deep down in the Brilliant mine; From the wastes where the whirlwind revels, Whirling the leaves of pine. On the western plains, where the Darling ...

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A Song Of Other Days by Oliver Wendell Holmes

A Song Of Other Days by Oliver Wendell Holmes

As o'er the glacier's frozen sheetBreathes soft the Alpine rose,So through life's desert springing sweetThe flower of friendship grows;And as where'er the roses growSome rain or ...

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At The Saturday Club by Oliver Wendell Holmes

At The Saturday Club by Oliver Wendell Holmes

THIS is our place of meeting; oppositeThat towered and pillared building: look at it;King's Chapel in the Second George's day,Rebellion stole its regal name away,--Stone Chapel ...

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At A Birthday Festival by Oliver Wendell Holmes

At A Birthday Festival by Oliver Wendell Holmes

TO J. R. LOWELLWE will not speak of years to-night,--For what have years to bringBut larger floods of love and light,And sweeter songs to sing?We will not drown in wordy praiseThe ...

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Birthday Wishes by Hasmukh Amathalal

Birthday Wishes by Hasmukh Amathalal

Let me wish you many more happy and bright daysI wish to be guided by you in my own waysWill you hold me forever and take to the endMany best wishes of the day for you to be sent ...

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Each Day Again by Hasmukh Amathalal

Each Day Again by Hasmukh Amathalal

Each day againI never knewThat how friendship grew? To remain in mindWith impressive findI remember What made her? To throw the smileFor a whileIf she was of foreign accentI could ...

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Life For A Day by Hasmukh Amathalal

Life For A Day by Hasmukh Amathalal

Life for a dayDay brings happiness and joyWe need to live by and enjoyThink of day’s routineAnd plan in time The sun rises in the skyWith high hopes to flyWe are in full spiritTo ...

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Friendship With Roses by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship With Roses by Hasmukh Amathalal

Friendship with All red rosesGain n only gain without any lossesBond for life in strain or happinessAlways smiles wore on your faceThousands of cheers for cherishing bondEven ...

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Friendship After Love by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Friendship After Love by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

After the fierce midsummer all ablaze Has burned itself to ashes, and expires In the intensity of its own fires, There come the mellow, mild, St. Martin daysCrowned with the calm ...

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In The Days When The World Was Wide by Henry Lawson

In The Days When The World Was Wide by Henry Lawson

The world is narrow and ways are short, and our lives are dull and slow, For little is new where the crowds resort, and less where the wanderers go; Greater, or smaller, the same ...

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Who I Am Today by Gajanan Mishra

Who I Am Today by Gajanan Mishra

Who and whereAnd what forAnd with whomI am todayCan you say If yes, come onAnd make friendship With me to countThe stars above.If no, nothing To worry. Go notFrom here.Just watch ...

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New Friendship by Gajanan Mishra

New Friendship by Gajanan Mishra

Good FridayConsists ofTwo wordsGood and FridayGood meansBeneficialNot badFriday meansA day of a week ofOur life spanThe Fifth dayIf we start countingFrom MondayFriday consists ...

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Good Friday by Gajanan Mishra

Good Friday by Gajanan Mishra

Good FridayConsists ofTwo wordsGood and FridayGood meansBeneficialNot badFriday meansA day of a week ofOur life spanThe Fifth dayIf we start countingFrom MondayFriday consists ...

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Friendship exists!

Friendship exists!

When I am completely at ease with someone, other than my own self, it has to be true kinship, When I can share my deepest secrets with someone without any fear, it has to be ...

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