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Friendship Poems (Everyman's Library)

Friendship Poems (Everyman's Library)

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by Peter Washington (Editor), Carolyn B. Mitchell

A celebration of friendship in all its aspects—from the delight of making a new friend to the serene joys of longtime devotion. Poems about best friends, false friends, dear friends, lost friends, even animal friends. These poems have been selected from the work of great poets in all times and places, including Emily Dickinson, W.H. Auden, Henry Thoreau,

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Friendship Poems (Everyman's Library) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reading, for those who, like myself, allow themselves to be taken into the world of the characters, is a way of making yourself a person of more broaden horizons without even realizing it. You absorb many useful qualities such as writing technique, and vocabulary, plus it helps stimulate the mind in only a way that a book can. In my opinion, even if you're not too keen on reading, for whatever reason, find something that sparks your imagination and who knows, we might make a reader out of you yet!