Paulane Garcia Tugas

(December 18,1974 / Cebu city, Philippines)

I Believe


I Believe

I believe I know you, your dreams,
Your frustrations, your fears
I believe I can bring you joy and hold you
As I wipe away your tears

I believe you when you say
Indeed, you need me because you love me
And what matters to you most
Is to constantly make me happy

I believe each day you long to be with me,
In the warmth of my embrace,
And to behold my smiles and my sighs
As you kiss my lips and touch my face

I believe every moment you’re far from me,
You long to be with me again
To gently wrap your arms around your woman,
Your partner, lover and friend

Surely, I believe that you wouldn’t
Intentionally cause me pain,
That you would stand by me
Through good and bad, come shine or rain

With you my dear,
I believe in always and forever more,
And in a life time together
The day you walked into my door

Above all, I believe
You hold my every word in your heart
That for as long as you choose to be with me,
We will, most certainly never ever part

Submitted: Monday, June 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013
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