Saturday, July 14, 2007

No questions

Are asked if you have a really good best friend

They will be there when needed

Just action for whatever it is needs doing

No money can buy such support

Which is why we value true friendship so highly

Then later something happens and that friend is no longer

Leaving us with a void

A loneliness

We adjust and move on

However the price we pay is that nobody else is likely to take their place

Because such friendships are built over time usually when we are young growing up together

As we get older we meet and trust others less easily

Partners often fill the void but in a different way

Best friends are special so make the effort to keep yours because once that rift appears it is unlikely that another can take their place

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