Marcus Desmond

Life in a Moment

In that moment, your heart starts beating again. The long wait is over. Your smile starts to brighten your face once more. Your mind rest from all the thought of being alone. You became more than you expect yourself to be. Because now, you have a reason to be better, to live, to love, to be happy. That's the greatest thing in life, to feel that you belong to someone. To know that someone owns you. To know that someone will take care of you. You see brighter days and the moon at night glows like never before. Things start to become magical once more. The little things that he do means a lot. You are thankful and full of hope. You now have your worth and it's like never before. - > My days are full of LOVE..

Submitted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 24, 2014

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I wrote this poem after the guy i love left me. I took in all the pain and convert it to positive thought that someday i will find someone that will love more he did.

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