Pedro Cescon

Rookie (26/09/1988 / São Paulo)

An Incomprehensible Bond Poem by Pedro Cescon


(To Vinícius and Isaac)

It is a bond I can't quite understand,
It is a feeling quite unexpected,
That force a smile I can't withstand,
That is pronto and soon reflected,

As once a great artist said:
I meet friends and say 'how do you do? '
Though the word I'm to spread:
Is none other than 'I love you',

For we are different in every meant way,
And our opinions diverge immensely,
But, most certainly, none can say
That our friendship is of a lesser intensity,

Friends that I could give a life to protect,
Friends that would repay alike,
Friends for whom I feel biggest respect,
Friends for whom I'll never feel dislike,

I cannot understand that bond,
Or why it is so strong,
Or even why it goes beyond
For decades and decades long,

I just know we are brothers,
And our friendship will work through,
Even if this link can't be seen by others,
Brothers, I love you

Submitted: Monday, September 21, 2009
Edited: Monday, September 21, 2009

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  • Freshman - 586 Points Ramesh T A (9/21/2009 8:34:00 AM)

    Very nice poem on friendship bond to read and it is very interesting till the end! (Report) Reply

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