Best-Friends - Poem by Avery Eglantine
Known to both the bludgeoning thing
Indefinite is thine place
Must there be sparks, we wonder...
Volatile bond's growth's at slowest pace
Ephemeral other one hath found
Revoked the unspoken wish
Lost betwixt our wandering souls
Yonder where the long dreamt bliss
'twas the breaking which begot
solution like a panacea
Best 'tad come we'd realized
Friend as to dulcinea.
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