Shelomith Noarbe

(April 21,1984 / San Jose, Sipalay, Negros Occidental, Philippines)

Finally I Knew

I know...
He is there all the time
I am hating him all the time
He is ignoring me this time
I am wanting him this time
He is looking into my eyes
I am looking into his eyes
He is sad and gloomy inside
I am wondering why he's sad and gloomy inside
He is avoiding me asking him questions
I am trying to asked him why
He is quiet
I am noisy
He is bored
I am insisting him not to
He is mad
I am calm
He is thirsty
I am thirsty as well
He came next to me
I am sitting next beside him
He looked me in the eyes
I am looking his eyes as well
He touches my face
I am feeling his caress
He sensed
I am quiet
He knows
I knows
We know
He is meant for me
I am meant for him
We know
It is

Submitted: Saturday, June 27, 2009
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  • ssss sxcxs (6/27/2009 5:36:00 AM)

    Had the same freaking story -I'm the guy.
    She looked for me for so long, and found me at the end.
    3 years,3 beautiful years have passed, and she went away.

    I thought we'll be forever after all that pain.
    She said it,
    She wanted it,
    She sacrificed herself for it.

    There is no love, just lies.
    I wish she'd never looked for me the same way as you looked for him.

    Now I'm breathing my last breathes.
    And she's fading in her little lonely world.
    Feeling nothing at all?
    Am I even in her cold heart?
    I don't even know anymore.

    Think about my story, do not let it happen to you.

    I miss her dearly, and its been only a month or so.

    emptiness. (Report) Reply

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