Cemya Barnillo

Rookie (05-23-83 / Philippines)

alone


Sitting here all alone,
With a cup of coffee beside me...

Looking at the TV,
With a movie, Love Story...

It's a movie about LOve,
Having it and losing it...

Then moments passed,
My mind started to wonder...

Going back to memories,
Of you and me together...

The first time I saw you,
A memory that made me smile...

The first time you held my hand,
A memory that made me shiver...

The first time you kissed me,
A memory full of Love...

And while I'm reminiscing the past,
My eyes started to cry...

For these memory in the past,
Of a Love that didn't last...

Submitted: Wednesday, May 06, 2009
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