Poems about Friend poems

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*دکھ دے کر___ ______ سوال کرتے ہو.!!!*____**❤*تم بھی غالب _______! کمال کرتے ہو.!!!*_*____**❤*دیکھ کر_______ پوچھ لیا حال میرا.!!!*___

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A Friend And A Brother by Gil Gregorio

I was groping for a friendin a net of eyes by the tube; I was looking for a brotherin a heart of dearness as old; I am sharing for a lifeto a friend not yet known; I am trusting a brotherat a d

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Friend, Your White Beard Sweeps The Ground by Stephen Crane

Friend, your white beard sweeps the ground. Why do you stand, expectant? Do you hope to see it In one of your withered days? With your old eyes Do you hope to see The triumphal march of justice?

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To His Worthy Friend Doctor Witty Upon H.. by Andrew Marvell

Sit further, and make room for thine own fame,Where just desert enrolles thy honour'd NameThe good Interpreter. Some in this taskTake of the Cypress vail, but leave a mask,Changing the Latine, but

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To My Dear Friend Mr. Congreve On His Co.. by John Dryden

Well then; the promis'd hour is come at last;The present age of wit obscures the past:Strong were our sires; and as they fought they writ,Conqu'ring with force of arms, and dint of wit;Theirs was

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My Friend Judge Not Me by Anonymous Americas

My friend iudge not me, Thou seest I iudge not thee: Betwixt the stirrop and the ground, Mercy I askt, mercy I found.Author: Anonymous Americas

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His Age:Dedicated To His Peculiar Friend.. by Robert Herrick

Ah, Posthumus! our years hence flyAnd leave no sound: nor piety,Or prayers, or vowCan keep the wrinkle from the brow;But we must on,As fate does lead or draw us; none,None, Posthumus, could e'

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To His Noble Friend, Mr. Richard Lovelac.. by Andrew Marvell

Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet muse with your fair fortune chose, And as complexions alter with the climes, Our wits have drawn the infection of our times. That ca

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My Friend Tree by Lorine Niedecker

My friend treeI sawed you downbut I must attendan older friendthe sunAuthor: Lorine Niedecker

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A Combat Friend by Joseph T. Renaldi

I am haplessly entrenched near a road, Bogged down by the war's heavy load.Then as I view the skirmish ahead, My mind is overcome with a dread.I can not envision what lies beyond, That curve, th

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A Friend by Elizabeth Anne

A friend can be a sister, A friend can be a foe.My friend is like my sister, I will never let her go.A sister may not always be a friend, But a friend should always, no matter what, be a sister.

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To A Friend In Elysium by Joachim du Bellay

So long you wandered on the dusky plain, Where flit the shadows with their endless cry, You reach the shore where all the world goes by, You leave the strife, the slavery, the pain; But we, but we

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