they met every week, and sang the songs they knew by heart they closed their doors, and shut out the world at least, for an hour or two
they knew each other well, considered them friends and even brothers they may not have had anyone else but they always had one another
they told each other secrets, but never their own sure, they made mistakes, but they weren't like the others that lead lives of vanity no, they were good
they sacrificed pleasure, and even their dreams to appeal to a force more powerful than them and if a brother was going astray, they were quick to snap him back to the right path, or to gently push him outside their doors
they were just they always did what was right even if it was hard for they believed in black and white, right and wrong they believed in fair punishment
if it meant shutting out their own son they were more than willing to do it
they loved each other, they tore each other apart.
sometimes the people that you are supposed to find comfort in are the ones that bring you the most pain.