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Mench Mansigue


February One


I was amazed in the month of love,

It'll always be in the month of February.

I wonder why and want to ask,

Mr.Cupid, when do I fall in love?



One week before tomorrow's in,

Amazing man asked me to join with him.

I was confused ‘though I'm happy,

To go with him and enjoyed his company.



I was surprised when he said "he loved me",

And telling me frankly with sincerity.

I said I'm not ready for I was just empty,

But he held my hand, definitely!



Oh! where are you now Mr. Cupid?

What will I do, I'm so afraid,

To show the truth that I felt the same,

That I want to see his face and hear his name.



Oh my God! Let me be enlighten

How can I control this feeling deep within?

Emotionally I refused to hide it to be

But Lord, Please show me the way…



February One is coming in

I was in tense to see him again

I have nothing to think but still the same,

To say "I DO" I can hardly do.



That was the day I told him to meet me,

He was excited what will I say,

Either 'YES or NO' I will ever be,

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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