In a world where age shouldn't bound, Let's spin a tale that will astound. Of two young friends, just fourteen years old, Whose paths in life were swiftly unfold. One named Lily, the other named Sam, An unbreakable bond that was their grand slam. Their hearts abounded with honesty's creed, With secrets kept not, they'd truly succeed.
One bright morning, under skies so blue, Lily discovered something out of the blue. A shiny token, gold and so fair, She knew she must tell Sam, to be honest and share. She raced to Sam's house, giggling with glee, An open door welcomed her, and there was he. With fervor, she showed the golden surprise, And said, "Sam, honesty is the greatest prize."
Sam's eyes widened, a glimmer of delight, He thanked her kindly, with all his might. But a twinkle in his eye caught Lily's glance, Something seemed fishy, what was his chance? With suspicion dancing upon her heart, Lily questioned Sam, tearing their trust apart. "Why are you acting strange? What's going on?" She asked with firmness, with honesty drawn.
Sam's eyes grew weary, regret in his voice, He confessed he'd found a coin too, by choice. But rather than sharing, he'd kept it aside, Fearful that greed would conquer his pride. Oh, how the truth, though a painful blow, Worked magic to strengthen the bond they now know. Lily forgave, understanding his strife, They hugged it out, knowing their friendship was life.
From that day forward, together they vowed, To always be honest, never a cloud. For honesty's potion had woven their souls, A tale of two friends, as their story unfolds. So let us remember, no matter our age, Honesty's virtue should light up life's stage. For friendship and trust, they truly depend, On being truthful, 'til the very end.