Alexander Villegas

(Des Moines, Iowa, United States.)

Gardens


I know we have been through a lot
Most of it was good, but sometimes it was not
You're the only one for me, no one else can take that spot
Our love may have gotten weak
But it never made it to the full peak
We have a garden of flowers
All of this is all of our's
At times the prettiest flower may die
But we shall still hold out heads up high 
Though they are gone
They are not forgotten
The next season they will rise 
And I hope I get to see that look in your eyes
As they fill with joy and excitement 
From love, nature's best element
And you're the flower in my garden that I can never give up

Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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