Somewhere in the ride we met
Just a coincidence or by destiny.
From strangers to friends
Now you're more than a sis
Confusions cleaved road to clash
Nobody knew why was the slash.
Painted life in new shade
When seemed it would fade.
Inspite our myriad differences
Together we did a lot of mess.
Not a moment without tussle,
But once caught in a puzzle,
Stand out to rescue all in a hurry
Still we're worse than Tom and Jerry.
Purge panic to arose another fear
God! ! You are the craziest ever.
Still I bear your foolish act
You're mad, it's a fact.! ! !
Whether I see you or not
Doesn't matter a lot.
Despite the distance,
We remain so close.
Times changed, so did we
Past the test of time and tide
Haven't changed is our friendship
Will keep it alive until the stars die.
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