I remembered so well the way you walked,
Way back then when you were new in town.
The way you look at the ground and shoulders up
As if all of the people are not worthy to look at.
I was a little kid looking from afar,
Amazed by your personality and your social retreat.
Your silence and humility
It showed and radiated straight towards me
Even if you don’t know somebody is looking at thee.
After four hundred eighty fortnights
From stranger to friends we became
And it was fun!
I was so glad that was our time
Until suddenly a “we don’t know thing” happened
That we became strangers again.
Years and years passed,
More than a thousand fortnights perhaps
We met and reconciled
Relived the memories and fun,
Found answers to long questions in our mind.
This I say now thank you for the friendship
For the long talks, and invisible walks
For the memories we build for the sake of true friendship
In which for sure in time I can say thank you
For this second chance,
My new found old friend.