One In A Million

Written By David E. Young , 2000
As time has progressed and submitted some wisdom,
I have learned to watch out when choosing a true friend. 

Some have been tested and tried by the fire, 
And passed through and won, to end up a liar. 

Others fell out at the first change of wind. 
And some still stood firm, but then started to bend. 

If I had a million friends I call true, 
Only one would stay through it; and that friend is you.

Surely you know you are one in a million. 
I appreciate you, for you are more than a friend. 

And though I know not what the future may bring, 
I thank God for you now, for my one true friend being.
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