Treasure Island

Vianca Borrero


Feels Like It Was Yesterday


As the wind blows i feel ur presence against my face
I close my eyes and hope that your by my side
I can feel your hand caressing my cheek
I can feel your cheek brushing against mine
I feel your sweet breath against the nape of my neck
You feel so real as if your really there beside me
Yet when i open my eyes
All i see is the wind blowing through the trees
It feels like yesterday when you were sitting by my side
Now your gone yet i still feel your presence beside me still
I can still see your eyes
Those eyes that roped me in
Those eyes that ravaged my heart with every look
Those eyes that became my anchor through all the pain
Those eyes that were my light
Now your gone yet i still see your eyes
All i have to do is look up and i can see
I can see you looking down at me and smiling
With every breeze
Everytime the wind blows thru the trees
I feel you
And i know you are still here
For you promised to be with me always
And you are keeping that promise
For I still feel you as if it was yesterday...

Submitted: Tuesday, March 20, 2012
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