maria sudibyo (280883 / parist van java)
Love Forever Love
I like you
I adore you
But could it be enough to be more than that?
I could always be interested with your state of mind
I will never be bored with your honest reaction
But could it be enough to take a step forward?
I could be warmed by your attention
I could be strengthen by your support
But could it be enough to grow this feeling for you?
I want to erase your misery
I want to comfort your sorrow
But could it be enough to not only pity you?
I could be surprised by your words
I could be confused by your behavior
But could it be enough to deny this attached string?
I could get lost in your deep gaze
I could be drawn by your radiant smile
But could it be enough to fall in love with you?
I could sacrifice anything to make you happy
I could destroy the world to save you
But could it be enough to fight for your affection?
I could never stop thinking about you
I could imagine if you are mine
But could it be enough to join this madness?
I could be lured by your sweet words
I could be seduced by your fleeting touch
But could it be enough to feed desire in me?
I could share you some secrets
I could trust you some weakness
But could it be enough to lay my heart completely?
I could be impressed by your dream
I could be flattered by your kindness
But could it be enough to be bound with you?
I could be caught by your bright light
I could be attracted by your gentle soul
But could it be enough to promise hope for you?
I could chat with you for hours
I could sit down with you in silence
But could it be enough to continue this relationship?
I could be intrigued by your mystery
I could be thrilled by your danger
But could it be enough to stand with you?
I could be fascinated by your delicate hands
I could be awed by your cute expression
But could it be enough to keep me from leaving?
I could wait for your shadow
I could be faithful for your vow
But could it be enough to love you forever?
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