Didith Marcelo

Rookie - 169 Points (January 1,1989 / Phillippines)

At last

Blame me not for loving you.
I have no reason to say.
I can not introduce you the time,
A time when it started.
I was thrilled when I first met the feelings.
I want to hide, I want to escape.
But I cannot take it to the place where I want.
To the position that I need to stand,
I just love you.
And am working how to show nothing.
Or for anyone else to notice.
I came to the fact that I dream,
An imagination
that gets me into the pathetic place.
I turn on the light,
I saw a sparkling in my eyes,
an immediate wake up call.
'Hello! You are not suppose to fall.'
The mind speaks louder than the music.
I heard everyday.
A harmony of invitation saying,
'hello my dear, wake up! You must not.'
Give it up,
bring it on to the path of eraser moment.'
And I am sapped.
I almost lose my strength,
thinking how to get rid of it.
But at last,
I came to the point to overcome the crooked path of feelings,
I made myself straight into the objective purposes.

Submitted: Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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A person who fell to the wrong person.

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