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Once the loving bond is made, two friends become so fond the attachments should never be broken. It's called a loving friendship bond.
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Promise Never To Untie
The tender words are spoken
Each body and soul bared
Told secrets over endless days
Often doing more than dared
New world beyond my door
With intrigued and intensity
Now we have shared our hearts
A bond now made it permanently
Facing our days made easier
Despite any type of weather
Each other's heart felt deeply
Both happy we stuck together
It took us little time and effort
The bonding as strong as glue
I now promise never to untie
The strings I have tied with you
The understanding of each other
Breaths to take, we breathe the air
As the relationship interchanges
Knowing our loving hearts are there
Now we are never left on the outside
Lovingly enter each others domain
Smiling. laughing and forever teasing
But forever friends we then became
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