tark barraj


My Angel


Walking here cherishing every step she took
As I still think of it
I still overlook it
Every time she laughed
It melted my heart
I felt like I was falling apart

As to me it was so perfect
When I first started talking to her
It felt like I was looking at a mirror
Hand around her
Holding her hand
My heart feeling so warm like the deserts sand

And when our lips finally meet
I forgot everything she said
As all my misery and hatred fled
Heart beating so hard
Don’t know why
Smiling when ever I hear her name
Still don’t know why
Blood rushing, feeling weird

As I just found my weakest fear
The fear of her walking away from me
Bringing back all the misery
Think about it I get a bit scared
Not even knowing what she expect of me
Hopping that I can be everything she wants me to be

She is my angel send to me from above
A person that maybe one day I may truly love
For the first time I made a connection
And still it feels like fiction

I don’t think you will ever know what id do
All, everything, no mater what just to be with you

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
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