Treasure Island

Katherine Bryce


Beat Of Your Heart


I'll smile everyday,
as long as it means,
I get to see that,
beautiful face,
in which I fell in,
love with. 

with what love,
in which I fell,
madly and deeply,
for even though,
I'll never feel,
your love. 

I'll admit it,
but only to you,
all I feel,
and all I'd do,
only because,
I'm in love with you. 

there I said it,
and I'll never take it back,
you're the one I want,
you and your heart,
I can feel it,
your heart's own beat. 

a tear will shed,
every second,
that I must go,
without even,
seeing you in,
my dreams. 

I tried to,
get over you,
but I just can't,
because whatever I do,  
I always manage,
to think of you. 

Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011

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