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They entered the world together,
Separated by space, but not by time.
Suckling at different bosoms,
They flourished; ready to take on the world.

He ate fruits from many a continent,
She hawked them to many a passerby.
He dreamt of playthings, vacations and living large,
And she of books, education and making it big.

He threw it all to the winds of time,
She rode triumphant on the storms of life.
Drunk and full of crap, he sped past and met her gaze,
Losing all thought to drown in her eyes,
Kindred spirits collided and left this world together.