Eternal Friendship.

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It is the imaginary barrier between the two different worlds that the two boys belonged to. It was the crossing point from a life of privilege to a life of torment and confinement. It represented the irony in the fact that a simple object such as a fence could separate 2 completely different lives.
The fence could also represent something that brought hope towards the future. The boys were able to be themselves around it, even with their differences. It guided them towards friendship even though they were raised to be enemies.

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Inspired by ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’
Holocaust novel by Irish novelist John Boyne.

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12 thoughts on “Eternal Friendship.

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  2. Masha-allah…!! Asalamu- alaikum… Dear fellow blogger , i am honored to have been followed by you and been given the chance to read the words of such beauty… Keep it up, your writing is aspiring and beautiful. Cant wait to spend my Sunday afternoons reading through your new blogs and old ones , again an again an again… πŸ™‚ because i cant get enough at how easy the flow of words come to your writing. From South Africa to which ever lovely place you from ,hope you well… Allah hafiz πŸ™‚

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    • Wa’Alaikum Salaam!
      Jazakkallah! Glad to hear such wonderful remarks from you.Indeed Im flattered πŸ˜„
      Hoping to read your posts as well.Until then, Greetings from Srilanka 😍😍😍
      May the blessings of Ramadan shower upon you and your family.Allah Kareem!

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