Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 21 Points (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

A True Love Story


You are my love story
and when the world collapses around me
I want to get lost in your arms
like in the pages of a book
and I want to be your heroine,
want to explore
all of the scenarios of our own book
and I want to live through the prologue
right up to the end.

In the chapters of my body
I want to tell you the story of true love
as through you all of my fantasies become reality.

My love, together we will determine
the contents of the book
and only with each other
our story will end happily.

My darling, you will be the author and hero
and I will be the heroine
in our one intriguing story
while the end is still to be written
and love is like having popcorn-moments:

where we must first go through the fire
before our story can really qualify
as a real love

as there need to be a little romance,
some tragedy,
lots of happy moments,
some misfortune,
times of prosperity,
at times a bit of unhappiness
to appreciate times of joy
and some misunderstandings to know each other better
and a lot of passion
to find beautiful moments
and lots of making-up, my love,
to determine the outcome
of this blockbuster a love story.

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013
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