Hmm. A latter-day Oscar Wilde-ism.
Firstly, think about the difference between:
The bond between a man and his dog is...
The bond between men and dogs is...
Secondly, there's how to punch your aphorism home, using punctuation:
Friendship between ......... is impossible. Full stop. You've stated a bald premise.
Then hit them with the humour:
Passion, enmity, worship, love, but never friendship. (With the minimum of punctuation necessary, and without any particular emphasis, so that it remains 'dry humour'. Compare:
Friendship between ........ is impossible. Passion, enmity, worship, love, but never friendship.
...but never friendship.
It needs to be tossed off as if a clichéd truism, not seem an attempt to persuade people as to the truth of your conviction.
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