Treasure Island

Didith Marcelo

(January 1,1989 / Phillippines)

A farewell lover


You are so darling, your no equal,
A hoity-toity feeling shriveled inside
whenever I see you.
Each day you were with me
Life unfolds, life is so colorful,
Full of lights like a glowing luster.

Oh how wonderful,
Your mouth is so sweet,
Speaks softly and nice words.
Oh how lovely,
your eyes twinkled
like a stars in the cool night,
like a diamond
That's in the jewelry box of my mother.

I see your soul,
Walking on the aisle with me,
you hold my hands,
You touch my heart,
As you held me,
I was almost lost,
I forgot the way.
So you pull my hand,
Showing me the trail,
And let go of me
like a throwing rose in the grave.

Submitted: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013
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