Jody Britoe

Rookie (90-12-02 / Johannesburg, South Africa)

Almost to be

Things would be different if you gave me a chance
Every time when i passed, towards your way my lonely eyes glanced
Time, after, time, I told you it's basic
I liked you to the limit, where it all felt mystic

Seeing you, hurts more than seeing you never
I slipped through your fingers, now I’m gone forever

There was this thing about you I liked...

The way that you shined and the glow in your eyes
Your wonderful body and the way that you smiled
The touch of your skin still stained on my body
It ended so sudden, what a short love story

I’m letting you go! But I want you to know
I was down for you girl, in all that I’ve shown
My wishes, my dreams for you are happiness
If you find none, my friendship is endless

I’m letting you go, till our next love story
Let fate bind our hearts, if meant to be

Submitted: Saturday, July 10, 2010
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