A poem of friendship over the years until now & how it's changed, but they're still close.
There once were two little girls,
Five years old and full of dreams.
Running around with skips and twirls,
It seems they got along so well.
They were sneaky little things,
Two peas in a pod.
The girls flew on their fairy wings,
Spending their days playing make believe.
But sooner than they thought it could come,
Kindergarten was at an end.
The girls sniffled some,
Then gave a watery, "Goodbye."
One little girl moved far away,
The other stayed behind.
Never knowing, they were waiting for the day,
The little girls would reunite.
At age fourteen they found each other again,
It happened by chance one day.
A yearbook in hand one ran,
To the other and she knew...
My friend is back,
And I'm never letting her go.
At times the world has pushed their lives off track,
But they stood together through it all.
Then, at eighteen, one little girl was no longer a "she"
Nervous of the outcome, they didn't tell their friend.
"There is no difference that I can see,"
The other girl told them.
"You are still you, and I am still me,
There is nothing that could take this friendship away."
The two will always stay as close as can be,
It was a promise made that won't be broken.
No matter what happens they are friends,
Through thick and thin they will stick together,
Until their lives are at an end,
Because they are Family at Heart.