Freewill Amon

Rookie (18th Sept 1987)

Abigail


I like the way she walks
And the way she talks
And how I like to say her sweet name:
'Abigail.'


I told my friend that I like her style,
And I personally love to see her smile,
But it was sad to hear him say:
'Go to hell! '


It may had been too easy to have told folks
That I had been too busy I couldn't get close
But now, I finally have myself to blame
What a shame!


Being near while still far away
And having fear while being brave
I stand on the alter to utter:
I like her..


Being lonely and feeling so lost
Singing melodies and smiling at all cost
I can hear an angel whisper:
Look for her..


Like a nightingale which sings sweet songs
Like a repentant heart correcting his wrongs
I think someone just need to hear me say her name:
Abigail!

- Miss ya.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, February 14, 2013

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To a girl I admired, though I couldn't befriend her. She was my course mate in school during my first year and second year in the polytechnic.

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