Ellen Mendez

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Love Me

Standing from afar,
Watching as you drew far
watery eyes bid goodbye,
To someone never said 'hi'

Waiting for our roads to met,
I wonder, if we will truly met?
Watching you from afar, really hurts
But still i want to watch you thou it hurts

I guess where not destined,
Like you and I has already been destined
Can we both just stay together?
Like no one could live without the other?

' :) It's selfish you think',
But in you i want my life to spend
My life was already dedicated and lend
But me and you will never be together as i Think

One thing come up to my mind,
That maybe this road would bind
I just need to effort enough
in begging you with all my might

Thou it's sound unlawful for someone like me,
But what else can i do?
I want to reveal this feeling now,
So please just LOVE ME too.

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014
Edited: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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