lovita lara


Do You Know?


My heart keep wondering,
My mind keep asking,
How are you?
How is the situation?
How can we talk again?
Are you ok?
Are you fine?

I want you to know,
I can’t took my mind off you,
I wonder,
How do I live without you?
How do I breathe without you?
Can I survive without you?

Do you know how much you mean to me?
Do you know I can’t live without you?
Do you know how deeply I’m in love with you?
Do you know how am I without you?
Do you know that you are my inspiration?
Do you know you have made me happy?
Do you know you have made me smile?
Do you know you have made me feel special?
Do you know that you are my life?
Do you know you have made me want to be with you?
Do you know how much I trust you?
Do you know how much I believe in you?
Do you know how much I adore you?
Do you know how much I want to know about you?
Do you know that there’s no word can describe about you?
I wish you knew…

Every time I said I love you,
Never take it lightly,
Because I meant all it...

Submitted: Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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