Treasure Island

Vandenver Vizcarra

(February 19,1991 / Vigan City, Philippines)

In Love


I hate the way you look at me
so genuine and gentled glow
I hate the way you make me laugh
so happy I couldn't stop

I hate the way you say my name
with all my heart I melt
I hate the way you made me smile
so wide it cannot hide

I hate the way you listen
with intent and eagerly ears
I hate the way you comfort me
with every tap so dear

For when I fell in love with you
I knew it will be well
For when I knew it's you I want
I couldn't be more in love

*change hate to love*

Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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