Value Enumeration

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Value Enumeration

Beware of that friend, who is anything but one,

Whose face is not two but three:

One grinning and winking to your face;

The two comminating and brinking for your disgrace;

The other, is the sinister puppeteer, which makes you the tragedian.

This mendacious laughter resonates in your mind deck,

But they clap their mighty arm over your conical neck.

The worse is the commensal friend who is no more than an endoparasite.

Getting rid of them comes at the cost of a sacrifice.

One can not assume that friends are not needed.

Enumerate the value of friendship

The priceless cost and amorous loss of aquaintanceship.

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