yolandey breedt

Rookie - 78 Points (1987/05/04 / south africa)

I need to know

Deep with in me a desire grows
Getting stronger each time I look at you
There’s something in you I intend to admire
It’s a feeling that constantly through my body flows
This emotion in me, what can I do?
As each time you look at me you become my wanted desire

What is this feeling I feel when I look at you
Where the world around me grows so still
And in some way, why does my heart skip a beat?
Are you becoming my every dream come true?
Is it true that you becoming my strong will?

What is this that I feel?
And do you feel the same way?
Can something like this feel so real?
As it keeps on getting stronger each day

Have I become the fool of being in love?
Tell me I need to know!
Why can’t I seem to find away to let you go?
Am I truly the first to fall!

Is there some chance that you can feel it!
Or is it a one way street give or take!
What is the cost?
Am I the one lost!
Or are there others too!
I need to know.

Submitted: Friday, August 30, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013


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this is one messed up story as how does one know if the other feels what you feel even if you ask how sure are you to get a truthful answer wether your feelings are heart or not how do you know that is the question

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