Maia Padua

Rookie - 34 Points (Virgo / City of Gentle People)

Back Again


Sitting silently beside the sleepy shore
Eyes staring blankly, thoughts drifted away
Pondering on the sweet and warm kisses we've shared
and all those words of love that brightens my day...

Tears, slowly dripping down my cheeks
Why does it had to go this way?
Why do you have to vanish like reeks?
Oh, how i wished you're here to stay
And love me once again, I pray.

I looked up above to wish upon a shooting star,
To bring you back to me, make my dream a reality
I look towards the waves, to carry you from afar
To ease the loneliness, fill the emptiness in me..

Feeling so empty, i went down on my knee
Can't help the pain, the pain that's killing me..
Then, a strong arms held me gently
Wipe my tears with warm kisses, my heart in glee
The man I have longed for had came back to me.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Edited: Friday, October 07, 2011

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