Bernard Eseo


I admire you but you'll never believe me
I've fallen but gravity won't let me
Defeated even though I've conquered
The impossible you've always heard

That soul of purity and innocence
Has played a part in us ever since
Yet your hands has always been really soft
Crazy enough to keep me aloft

Yes, we've kissed on that very eve-
A memory that I can retrieve.
I could just play it on repeat,
It's almost love, not some good old treat.

But now we've fallen to oblivion
The waiting game of infatuation?
I so don't know the probable
But I miss you so much, my double.

Submitted: Saturday, February 18, 2012

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