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TO AN OLD FRIEND

Post 1

TIMELORD

Every one that flatters thee
is no friend in misery.
Words are easy,like the wind;
Faithful friends are hard to find.
Every man will be thy friend
Whilst thou hast wherewith to spend;
But if store of crowns be scant
no man will supply thy want.
If that one be prodigal,
Bountiful they will him call;
and with such-like flattering,
"pity but he were a king ."
But if fortune once do frown,
then farewell his great renown,
They that fawned on him before
use his company no more.
He that is thy friend indeed'
he will help thee in thy need;
If thou sorrow,he will weep;
If thou wake,he cannot sleep:
Thus of every grief in heart
He with thee doth bear a part.
These are certain signs to know
Faithful friend from flattering foe.


TO AN OLD FRIEND

Post 2

Elwyn_Centauri, geAt (O+ THS)

smiley - applause

beautiful


TO AN OLD FRIEND

Post 3

TIMELORD

Thank you it just a little bit of Shakespear.
It helpeds a friend of mine some time ago and i placed it here in case she ever looked me up.


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