Drunkard women – friendship drunk.

Dedicated to Amelia Joseph!
Thanks for having my back and pulling glorious friendship together!

One silly day at college
Words of advice exchange
Boy problems being discussed
Nothing no long seemed strange.

Conversation continues
Phone calls prolonged
Its 4 years of glory
Guess’ this is where our friendship belonged.

We see the dark side
We know the bright corner
We cherish the moments spent
Friendship simply grows warmer.

Every day i seek her through
Every day i ask
May the best be done in her favour
All the obstacles surpass.

Celebrating this joyous feel
Seeking a great bond
Wishing on every shooting star
We grow like beau monde.

Lil words can say
Actions convey more
If only i could canvas this blessing
Our journey would symbolize as a wonderful decor.

I won’t have many times to thank you
I may never have the chance to show i care
But I’d always wish you the happiness
Beyond every sunshine glare.

We’ve been through thick n thin
And all the funny amuse
It’s this friendship i look forward to
With solemn high enthuse.

As each year that goes by
You should know, I cherish our path
Fate brought us as friends
Else as sisters we wouldn’t be any less than a wrath.

Today as i look back to the days before you
I see immense difference in latitude
Today seems better in every way
Endured with great fortitude.

I’m grateful for a person like you
Through all our trials and smiles
We’ve made it till here with integrity
We’ll continue all through the miles.

No matter where we maybe
Or how much distance creeps
We’re going to continue being the ‘drunkard women’
Every destiny shall long to keep.

-Adelene Coelho

About Adelene Dsilvahttps://adelenecoelho.wordpress.comIf you are in love with a writer, You will always live in their words.

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