” When a friendship called”


There was a girl once called Nina
Who was a pretty little girl
Nina got friends with Laila
And that was when a friendship called.

They were friends for long
And long enough to be close
Grew  together happily
Having a lot in common.

Playing dolls together,
Having food together,
Going out together,
Studying together.

This was how our two little angels were,
This was how we always saw them.

But life will always surprise you
By giving you a scoop of something
That you might not expect.
Or you might just not want.

Nina started going out alone
Nina started having new friends,
But Laila didn’t like those friends.
And Laila wasn’t asked to come along.

Nina was giggling now with others
Nina started eating with others.
Poor Laila, left alone
In a corner with unknown.

Nina stopped talking to Laila
She left her all alone
To live this life by her self.
For a reason  that was unknown.

One day Laila cried
Two days Laila cried
Three, and four and five
Six and seven and eight…

But one day Laila stopped.
She went out to find Nina and her friends,
And there was Nina with her friends
And there she was smiling with them

Laila thought to her self how come
Why did life treat Laila like that
Why did Nina left her like that
If only she knew the answer

But Laila just looked at Nina
From far away and and kept quite
Silently looking at her best friend
Who left Laila isolated
In this bitter world.

Laila thought to herself
How it hurts when someone
Someone very special

Who you loved the most
Throws you away from their world
Throws you far away from world

Where to look or who to ask
What to do, no one ever knows.

Laila will always from that day
Try her best to not let go
Of someone who you might be special to
Of someone who makes you feel special.

She will go out and make new friends
She will dress up and smile like Nina
But always will she remember that
No one deserves to be left alone.

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