Short Summary of “Friendship” by Henry David Thoreau


January 4, 2019 admin 0 Comment

Friendship is a gift you give to yourself. A true friend is a God’s blessing. A person is nowhere without friends. Friends are the most important and crucial part of our life. A person or any relative who treat you like a friends is someone with whom you are comfortable. You can easily share your joy or pain with your friends. They are your backbone; you need them in every part of your life. A true friend loves you unconditionally, supports you and believes in you. Here the poet tries to correlate love and friendship. Love and friendship goes hand in hand.

In his attempt to determine the limit of friendship, he immersed himself in the ocean of friendship. His deep exploration made him realize that the roots of friendship are intertwined, inseparable, undetermined. Intertwined roots of friendship indicate, there is no defined base of friendship, it can happen between anyone i.e. there are no set rule to start your friendship with someone in order to have a successful friendship.

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Friendship laid on the ground of love will always be successful. But when friendship is laid on the base of selfishness, lies or because of any interest may lead of separation of friends. End of friendship means end of love. If there is no love then there is no friendship and vice versa.

True Friendship laid on the ground of love is described as inseparable. Just like no time or age can separate love between two people, similarly true friendships never dies. Two true friends can never be separated from each other because, they are always alive in each other’s heart no matter how far they are from each other.

Thus we see by the way of this poem, the poet tries to explain how deep friendship can be. It tells us how a man can be no where without his friend. Love connects every individual just like friendship. Love is not weak or feeble; the supply of love is unlimited. When you share your love you share your greatest feeling.



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