by Vivien Wade
I travelled down a lonely road
Hoping to find a friend,
One in whom I could confide,
And time with me would spend.
Although surrounded by people,
Not one seemed to even care,
For on that lonely road of life,
No friend could I find there.
Then I joined a friendship club,
But their own friends
They seemed to meet in cliques,
Which made me feel quite sad.
Now I had a different thought,
A new direction I would take,
a friend to someone,
I'm sure a friendship I'd make.
Visiting hospitals and nursing homes,
I was made so welcome there,
Many were longing for a
Now I find friends everywhere.
By becoming interested in others,
Not the interest in you they take,
This is the way to show friendship,
And many true friendships make.