Mar is a child educator and an English lit graduate who enjoys reading and writing poems, articles, and short stories on various topics.
To a childhood friend;
I know you're dumb and useless and don't tell me it's a lie because I've seen you grow with those stupid, weird ideas that we would apply to everything we did, with an ultimate faulty result, And yet, I still adore and remember the fun and enjoyment we had together. I think of you as my sister and all of my secrets and weaknesses are known to you.
But Hey, Don't ever reveal them because I know yours too.
Yes! I know we are twenty two
but I still have the memory,
when we were only two
Remember those games when were four?
you built the house while I made the door
We used to play hide and seek
I used to fall down with a simple jerk
cause you were stronger and I was weak
We used to dress up and liked to look cool
holding the hands while going to school
Remember? when we turned sixteen
The most sweet age of teen
we would share not only food
but the prince of our dream
We have grown up together
like two sisters from a single mother
We have the bond of love and affection
we are childhood friends
and we know each other's imperfections
© 2021 Mar