Start with how you choose her over me. Tell her, She is giving you all those things you look for, Whereas with me, you didn’t see. Hold her, In ways she didn’t know she needed at all. Remind her, You’re always there for her call. Love her, For better or worse her emotions run on […]
His was her And their family. Hers was career And security. He probed If you have to choose one? Oh, How she wished For such ifs.
That silhouette by the window, I passed by so many times. Her long golden hair flowing, In greeting the passers-by. At certain hours she’ll stare out, But she wasn’t truly looking then. As if there was a wall in front of her She would hold her stare dead.
She’s one who would stand still admiring the changes upon the nightly heavens allowing her breath be taken . She’s one who needs not for eternity rather, deems things aging as beauty only knowing love as unconditional her kindness spills from being full . She’s one that makes you question if love had an appearance […]
you can tell by the lipstick stain on her coffee cup, that she sipped it only once. with the sunlight glaring through, by her seat from the window sill, you could see it was coloured with a darken hue. it can be noted then, it was not a desirable drink. rather, for her to order, […]
Later. We’ll talk later. We can make up after. Because right now, We need time to recover. Later. I’ll tell him for sure. That I really want us to be together. And then we’ll hold each other, Knowing nothing else matters. Later. It took our years. We waited too long, Waiting for each other. Now […]
I fell for you. You, who I barely knew. One day you walked my way, And my heart started to sing. Hold me a place, In your love or in your faith. I promise I will stay; Even in storms, we’ll make through the day.