tark barraj

Eternal Love

As I lay here in bed
Nothing to think about but the pain
As thoughts of you race through my head
And when we broke apart
It felt as if I was shot through the heart
I cannot explain my feelings towards you
The misery, the pain I go through

As I lay here in bed
Thinking if we could ever be
Knowing that you are the only one for me
Knowing that we were forced apart from each other
If it weren’t true I wouldn’t even bother
I cherish the moments we talked 2 each other
Even though we weren’t truly together
I will love you forever
My love
My soul
My lover

God grant me one wish
And we will be together
Just you and me and no one else
In this world with no regrets

But as I lay here in the dark
Wishing that we were never apart
I’ve dreamt about us kissing in the dark
But when I wake up I always seem to fall apart
You and me will always be a memory
No matter were I try to flea
I burn on the inside without her with me

Thurayya please know that I will always love you
No mater what u do
My heart will always belong to you
T still <3’s T

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
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