They were playing and laughing at each other as if they were friends. They ate together; they talked together; they teamed together as if they were cousins. They grew up playing together. Holidays can never separate them. If there was a team game, they were the team. They hunted the treasure. They had the upstairs for lease as a playground. Their games can be remembered still. They went for a tour around the house. They never felt bored with each other. They shared their favourites.
Years rolled by. There hits the girl with the attainment of puberty. After her puberty, something has changed. They were happened to change. They both had no idea of what was happening around them. Some things changed. People's eyes have changed, the meaning of the above things which is nothing wrong.
After years has rolled by, they met. The meeting was a real prick. They didn't talk well. They didn't even ask for the reason. They remained still. They remained calm and composed without reason. The 90's kids don't even have a mobile phone for them.
Several years rolled by. Some spark in their mind. How happy were we? What happened now? When did this happen? Can we make it again? They were filled with thought, separately. Can we make this happen? We can be who we were, he thought. She thought the same. Those 90's kids got a chance to have a mobile phone and it helped. They talked. They tried to fill in the gaps that they missed being together. It helped to bandage the space that created a distance like a distance to the moon and back. They met after. Still, something hinders. It's the same eyes of those who see something with their special spectacles of finding an error.
The 90's babies hit their 20's. They talked again. They were together again. The simple talk would have saved the relationship a long ago. But the eyes cannot be changed. Every relationship must be valued. They are now happy that they have years to go. Do you know who they are? They are born frousins.