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Friendly waters

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Friendly waters

Remembering my friends, from each and every day
Just like water our friendship is still, and here to stay.
Comparing friends to water, you'd be amazed to learn about
How similar they always are, in my mind I have no doubt.

Water being ether dark misty, sometimes crystal clear
Friends too can have these things, you just needn't fear.
For friendship is about, who you can rely on and trust
Making friends is a part of life, I say it's really a must.

Describing with the undying term, seeing friends as water
Protecting them even in the future, their son and daughter.
You see their water as dark, their probably not all that nice
If you assume their water is misty, your chancing with dice.

If you see your friends water, crystal clear as the sky
They're a really good friend, time really has passed by.
Everyone's body will age, but friendship won’t die down
Treating each other like royals, right along the crown.

Don't judge by the cover, but by the water's purity
Friends forever with what I call, the future's trinity.
Friends are the people, that would never betray you
They would stand up for you, that is so entirely true.

Upon the friendly waters, of this wishful undying way
Friendship brings us closer, this I always have to say.
Bring about the truth, from within the watery greatness
Being without friends, this is what has become loneliness.

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