The other day, I bumped into him, An old companion, once was he. Truly astounded, I signaled him to stay. An Adrenaline rush made his heart quicken. Gathering my sensibility, I tried to shake the sensations clouding my head, And barely attempted for a friendly hug, Newly originated from it, was a tight embrace. We smiled at the changed times, How we are landed in an irreversible unfamiliarity. Once he had the charm, To fetch smiles on my face. It remains to be so, but then smiles have their own stories. The demon of separation is poisonous, For it eats the moments, but leaves the memories to cry for. Everything seemed worthy, In his announced and unannounced appearances. People called me insane, For my story ended in his terrain. More than a requisition, He never understood, what he was! More than a beloved and equivalent to God. At his feet.... I was, In my brokenness complete.