There are many faces to the people we call friends;
There are those that are genuinely so,
And others who would use the word to their benefit.
Some of the times we give up the real ones,
For the thrill presented by the fake shiny ones,
That rust and lose colour after a few stormy days.
So while you are busy choosing your friends,
Be cautious in your selection,
Because the friends you keep is usually a reflection,
Of the person who you are,
And there is no escaping that you will be judged for it.
Make sure that your friends tell the real story,
Of who you are!
By Kerry Ann Stewart
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