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Friendly Bonds

Upon meeting someone special, gazing into their eyes
What I know I feel, I can assure you I have the butterflies.
It doesn’t matter, knowing that they live quite the distance
They are worth the wait, they have acknowledged my existence.

Making up my mind to travel, the exciting existing world and see
A dear friend a great distance away, the one that keeps changing me.
Friendship to last forever, even if caused trouble by some others
Although I shall not be bothered, for it was worse with my brothers.

Not getting tired of each other, talking late day in and day out
staying up late chatting, everything discussed and talked about.
Never getting bored of talking, with topics that are at random
Many hours talking to each other, many saying it's like freedom.

Amazing to comprehend the fact, you took away my breath of air
The truth is what really matters, at all times regardless of where.
Wondering what might happen to either of us, as we see and wait
Hoping something might change, this is what might be called fate.

Most of my thoughts question, what the future has in store for this
Either a great bright future, or even one as dark as the great abyss.
That is said to be true by far, through out the great times of history
Strings that tie us together through fate, is a world wide mystery.

Through the times we need help, we look at each other for support
Cheering each other up hoping, that one day we are able to teleport.
One day meeting at the surprise of, me possibly taking a transport bus
Through these 'Friendly Bonds', which may be the great guide for us.

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