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The end of a friendship

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The end of a friendship

I thought forever that you were my friend. 
Maybe you could tell me when did that end? 
I always thought that you would have my back. 
But when push comes to shove it seems your loyalty does lack. 
As your friend there's nothing I would not do for you. 
But it seems my hardships are inconvenience to you. 
When two people are friends they each play a part. 
With a love and compassion that comes from the heart. 
I am strong on my own and this I will no doubt survive. 
But as for our friendship there's nothing left to revive. 
So I'll end this by saying that I wish you only the best. 
And it's only with a few hard feelings that I put our friendship to rest.

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