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Teddy Ang

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A Day To Remember


In exactly 22 days, it'll be exactly 2 years since I met you
And I wish that in exactly 22 days, I can get to meet you again
It hasn't been easy... Holding it inside this long...
But somehow I'm still able to get through this jagged terrain

In exactly 40 days, it'll be exactly 2 years since I fell for you
And I can say that in exactly 40 days, I'll still be feeling the same way
I may not have seen you for over a year and abit now...
But trust me, it'll take a lot longer than that for it to start to decay

In exactly 57 days, it'll be exactly 2 years since we crumbled
And ever since that day, even today, I'm still crumbling to the ground
I have my ups and downs... But never do I truly come around...
My heart is still so broken and bound, still so wistful and unsound

I know you're sick and tired of me not being able to let things go
But for what it's worth, I can't bear to just give you up and surrender
I'll forever cherish the smile you gave me... On the day you saved me...
The 3rd of December, a day to remember...

(11th November 2011) - My 103rd Poem...

Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2011
Edited: Thursday, April 05, 2012

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