Betrayal Quotes (895 quotes)
Trust And Betrayal - Poem by Suzy Skoda
Friendship, a theme that comes under the broader theme of love repeatedly throughout poetic history. American poet, Robert Frost, expresses the value of his friendships through this short poem. It details his efforts to prioritise time to talk with friends over his work. I thrust my hoe in the mellow ground, Blade-end up and five feet tall, And plod: I go up to the stone wall For a friendly visit. His use of metaphor demonstrates the importance of letting go of hard feelings you may harbour to help preserve a friendship, or run the risk of killing a friendship altogether. I was angry with my friend: I told my wrath, my wrath did end.
You say you love me, and I want to believe again. We said I do, in better or worse, that was not true. When I look in the mirror all I see is a lie and hurt. I go to sleep in pain, I wake up in pain. When I am not near you I wonder, I hate this doubt. I had trust, I had faith in us. I gave, you took.
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Your footsteps echo loudly as you pace around the sofa bed. Are you okay? The hole is not too deep. Suddenly, your best friend betrays you. Julius Ceaser knew this very well when he said 'Et tu Brute? It can be hard when you're going through a hard time and you thought those who would be with you through thick and thin, end up turning on you to add more to your pain.
Trust is the most important component of any relationship. If you do not trust a person, you probably do not consider them your friend. The building blocks of friendship are based on sharing the deepest parts of yourself and believing that they will be held sacred. You believe this about your friend and he believes it about you. The more you trust each other, the deeper the friendship that you have built. If you don't have trust in your friend, you don't have a friendship. I hear them laughing.