Treasure Island

lara arnaout


love story


I was standing
And the night was ending

There were a lot of crowd
People here and around

As the light was turning off
I couldn’t determine what I was thinking of

Between my thoughts that I tried to fight
I realized that it was a strange night
And I am sure that I am right
Because in this night I fell in love from the first sight

I was passing in a way
Thinking about the old days

When I first saw this guy
Who gave me a feeling that brought me so high
A feeling that made me fly
As he looked direct to my eyes
I felt that I love him and its not a lie
For him I would die
I was about to cry
I don’t know why
I didn’t go and say hi

When I looked at him
I felt that I am the real me
Not the person who people want to see
And not the person who people wanted me to be

I felt that I know him for million years
As his voice crossed my ears
I forget all the sadness and tears
All the weakness and fears

He Is my soul mate
And our love would never turn into hate
And breaking apart is not our fate

It was just a look
That I took

Even if I wont see him again
I wont be sad
Because in the moment that I had

I learned how to go on
As in many ways he gave me a hope

And in the way he gave me the glory
He made me live in a love story

Submitted: Saturday, October 18, 2008

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